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    Default Commodore 64 GEOS

    Anyone used/remember the GEOS for the C64? I remember I liked to play around with it, it was a very advanced utility program for the time.

    For those who don't know what GEOS is, here is a short excerpt from

    http://zimmers.net/geos/GEOSFAQ.html

    GEOS, which stands for Graphical Environment Operating System, is a GUI (Graphical User Interface) operating system for Commodore 64, 128, Apple II, and 264 (64k) computers. It was developed in 1986 by Berkely Softworks as a point and click alternative for users of those popular home computers. It is now being sold and supported by Click Here Software.

    The appeal of GEOS lies in its modern features, such as;

    The ability to cut-and-paste text, graphics, and other objects.
    Drag-and-drop file management such as copying, printing, and deleting.
    Support for numerous printers, input devices, and disk drives.
    Numerous point-and-click applications.
    An easy to use GUI interface.
    Support for memory expansion, process switching, and print spooling (in some versions).

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    Default Re: Commodore 64 GEOS

    I've always had the GEOS disks (not really sure how I got it? Could have come packaged with the Commodore) but never really tried using it

 

 

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