Miniatures of DOS applications running in a vDos window.
Click one for larger screenshots. The window can be set at many sizes, as long the text is readable (a minimal font size is enforced), and it fits the Windows desktop (maximum font size). Note: The screenshots may be not that crisp due to scaling.
Control a remote DOS application in your browser (doesn't work in old MS Edge versions).
It’s not that straightforward to select adequate examples of DOS apps running in vDos. I can hardly publish one with actual/real data.
The remote 'server' running the webserver and vDos is a modest non-dedicated 64-bit Windows 10 laptop. It's certainly no local PC: Startup and Exit of DOS apps take a few seconds, screen updates can lag behind a bit, though they always do with web applications.
The DOS apps start and run live, so someone before you might have messed things up. The apps and data are only daily restored to their initial setup.
The window decorations are created by the webserver, and somewhat old fashioned (XP styled).
Web applications have a common handicap: Printing. Didn't want to go into the trouble: You can’t print.

Initial: This is what you get when vDos is installed.
Alpha4: A demo of this database program.
Clarion3: The IDE of this database program.
FiAd: An ancient accounting program of my own. Of little use w/o data, worse if you don’t speak Dutch…
FoxProX: An interactive demo of FoxPro. Pretty awesome this is all done in FoxPro itself.
WP 6.2: WordPerfect with some vDos extensions.
YouTube video’s.
Windows 64 bit - DOS | DOSBox - vDos | DOS - goodies (Somewhat outdated, when vDos went public in 2013)
DOS FoxPro Demo | Performance of vDos vs DOSBox vs dbDOSv | How to Use vDOS to Run old DOS...