WinWorld–From DOS to Win 2000, a large museum of abandoned operating systems, software, and games

WinWorld may surprise you! It is a website dedicated to preserving and sharing historical software. It contains a lot of old operating systems, software, and games. It is like a museum of old operating systems, from DOS to Windows 2000, as well as OS X, OS/ 2. A lot of uncommon operating systems such as UNIX. These applications are too old and the copyright owner is no longer held accountable, so you can share them freely. If you like, you can go and check it out.

WinWorld started operations in 2013. Its creator claimed to be inspired by Yahoo birefcases and built this website based on it. The original goal of this website is to preserve and share old software. Over the years, many volunteers have provided help in different ways, and the old software collected by WinWorld has grown rapidly.

From PC to Mac to Amiga (computer brand listed in 1985), the classic operating systems, applications, games, and trial versions of each platform can be downloaded from WinWorld’s software library.

There are a lot of software and games, such as:

Adobe Acrobat Reader 1.0~4.0

Adobe Photoshop Elements 1.0

MathType 1.0~1.1

Microsoft Office 2.x/3.x ~2000

Not many games, including:

Age of Empires 1.0

DOOM Alphas ~1.25

SimCity 1. x ~ 3000

I didn’t even know that most of the things listed on this website existed. Some tools were even released before I was born.

If you plan to test a classic program (such as a game, software, operating system), and you can’t find them elsewhere, then check out the WinWorld resource library, download them and start your adventure. Good luck!