Telix for DOS
Found one file extension association related to Telix for DOS and 1 file format developed specifically for use with Telix for DOS.
Platform, operating system: Microsoft MS-DOS
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Developer: deltaComm Development, Inc.
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Telix for DOS
Developer / company: deltaComm
Telix for DOS is a communications product, celebrating its tenth anniversary. Arguably one of the top five shareware programs ever released, it boasts a long feature list while maintaining a small size and ease of use that made people wonder whether or not our well-known competitors were copying us. Telix for DOS runs well under all Intel-based operating systems (OS/2 included), and is the best value in basic serial communications today. This Windows communications program runs equally well under Windows 3.x and Windows95, and comes feature-packed for both the first time modemer and the veteran Zmodem hack.
The Telix for DOS software seems to be old or discontinued.
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