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CD-ROM Software Library

This is a wide and variant collection of CD-ROM based software, that is, software that came on a CD-ROM for installation on computers, or played in consoles. Ranging from applications and games to gatherings of public-domain software or clip art, the heyday of the CD-ROM is roughly 1989 to 2001. In all cases, the capacity of the CD-ROM stayed steady at 640-700mb a side, although some used tricks to claim they had more (due to compression, or adding up both sides of two-sided CD-ROMs).



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CD-ROM Software Library
by Neil C. Obremski
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I created Neil's C++ Stuff  in 1998 to help my fellow classmates with C++ and it turned out to be a bit of a hit on the internet. I let that go to my head and for the next couple of decades I made all sorts of plans around it and yet nothing ever coalesced. Even as recent as last year I intended to write some sort of eBook but now I realize I'm never going to do that and I may never write C++ professionally again anyway. So here is a copy of the website, the ill-fated book from 2002, and a...
Topics: c++, tutorials