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Special 31st Anniversary Feature

April 6, 2023. Windows 3.1 just turned 31 years today. This system is mostly forgotten nowadays but I think it's a great opportunity to look back at how using computers was back then, in 1992, when this system was released. That's why I made a compilation of software released in that same year. 22 programs are included, all tested and checked for period accuracy, and available in both ISO and Floppy Disks (108 of them). It can be found at my website:

I've also made other Windows 3.1 related stuff previously. One of them is a guide for running MS-DOS and Windows 3.1 on modern hardware, native, from a USB or SD card:

Alternatively, you can configure Windows 3.1 to get it fully running on Virtual PC:

Both of these articles feature original workarounds to make the process the most complete and useful for others. As you can see from my website, I've also done stuff for Windows XP and 7, so feel free to check it out if you want.


 Windows 3.1x Software Download
Utilities, Extensions, Patches and Fixes, Multimedia Applications.
 Windows 3.1x Drivers
Drivers for newer hardware (e.g. VGA boards).
 Windows 3.1x Links
Links to other Windows 3.1x pages and downloads.
 Frequently Asked Questions
Before you write an e-mail, please look here first.
 Windows 3.1x Tips and Tricks
Hints for Customization and patching Windows 3.1x.
 Windows 3.11 and DVD - a summary
The strange adventures of a Windows 3.11 computer in the DVD world.
 Windows NT 3.1
A short summary and some links to the few remaining NT 3.1 sites.
 Calmira Screenshots
How Windows 3.1x can look like with Calmira.
Please leave your questions, hints and comments here (but please have a look at the FAQ and Tips pages before - often the answer to your question is already there).

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This site is not associated with the Microsoft Corporation or any other affiliated company. Please note that the Microsoft products MS DOS, MS Windows and MS Office are under license of Microsoft Corporation and that any request for download URLs is absolutely useless.
Still, there are a couple of Open Source and Freeware replacement, like e.g. FreeDos or GEM.