All of the stuff linked here is not made by me, only mirrored on my site for convenience.
Access the mirrored resources via FTP
- Microsoft Help Compiler - the official program for building WinHelp files. This doesn't actually let you edit them yourself; you still need to create an RTF document yourself in accordance with the syntax it uses. See the program's help contents for details.
- Quake - Not the complete idstuff collection, but some materials that should get you up to speed in vanilla Quake and whatever else. (Don't ask me to put the full version up here)
- EPA Logo modification tools - Do you want to pimp your AwardBIOS? Can't stand hypocritical governments? Or are you a scumbag that doesn't know what a garbage can is? In any case, these tools will help you rebrand any AwardBIOS POST screen to your liking. Check README.TXT for instructions. Please be careful with these programs, as you risk rendering your system unbootable if you screw up somewhere.
- VxDLIB - A replacement for DEVLIB to pack and unpack VxD files like VMM32.VXD.
- wqeOS - This is the only operating system you'll ever need. It has one command!
- Microsoft Video for Windows - Allows you to play back videos in Windows 3.1x. Did you know that this can be used to play back 60FPS videos?
- MultiErrorPro - generate real Win32 error dialogs with this advanced utility. Goodbye AtomSmasher!
Some of these have been slightly tweaked so the default home pages point to active links designed with old browsers in mind. Remember, these can also be reached from the FTP server if you need a very quick way to get a web browser on your old machine.
Windows 3.1x users: Since you'll most likely already have a TCP/IP connection of some kind through Ethernet these days, you should not install the TCP/IP stack and dialer so as to not be pestered with the modem installation process.
Internet Explorer 3
Internet Explorer 5
If you want to extract the contents of these packages to put on a CD-ROM or local network share, just use 7-Zip
Don't expect much here, as Razorback doesn't specialize in tracker music archival.