150 Series (Software)


Software Selection:

1) System Demo Disc for 150 (1983)
2) Series 100 Graphics for 150 (1983)
3) Various Games for 150 (1983)
4) Context MBA for 150 (1983)
5) NWA StatPak v 3.11 (1983)
6) Microsoft Compiled BASIC (1983)
7) MailMerge (1983)
8) 9125 Disc Drive Utilities for 150 (1983)
9) 150 Firmware (1983)
10) Reflection Ver 1.3 (1983)
11) Wordstar for 150 (1983)
12) Multiplan Demo for 150 (1983)
13) Condor 20-3 for 150 (1983)
14) 150 Programmers Tools (1983)
15) Lotus 1-2-3 v 1A (1983)
16) DSN Link for 150 (1983)
17) Systems Discs for 150 version A (1983)
18) Diagraph and Picture Perfect for 150 (1983)
19) HP BASIC for 150 (1983)
20) MemoMaker for 150 (1983)
21) Type Attack for 150 (1983)
22) Visicalc for 150 (1983)
23) Financial Calculator for 150 (1983)
24) Personal Card File for 150 (1983)
25) Touch Games I (1984)
26) VT100 Emulation (1984)
27) PFS File And Report (1984)
28) Cross Reference Utility (1984)
29) Macro Assembler (1984)
30) PFS Write (1984)
31) Zork I and III (1984)
32) WITNESS (1984)
33) Knowledge Manager (1984)
34) Extended I/O Application Software (1984)
35) Kermit for 150/110 (1984)
36) BASIC Programmers Library (1984)
37) Microsoft Word (1984)
38) PFS Graph (1984)
39) Microsoft PASCAL for 150 (1984)
40) Microsoft COBOL for 150 (1984)
41) Lattice C Compiler (1984)
42) DBaseII for 150 (1984)
43) AdvanceWrite Plus (1984)
44) Winning Deal for 150 (1984)
45) AdvanceLink for 150 (1985)
46) Systems Work Disc for 150II (1985)
47) HP Message for 150 (1985)
48) System Demo Disc for 150II (1985)
49) Charting Gallery for 150 (1985)
50) HP PCLPak (1985)
51) PC Instruments 150 (1985)
52) 8087 Coprocessor Utilities (1985)
53) Microsoft Spell for 150 (1985)
54) HP-HIL Development Tools (1985)
55) RBASE 5000 for 150 (1985)
56) Executive Card Manager Templates (1985)
57) Open Access for 150 (1985)
58) Microsoft FORTRAN for 150 (1985)
59) HPWORD/150 (1985)
60) Executive Card Manager for 150 (1985)
61) Drawing Gallery for 150 (1985)
62) Systems Discs for 150 version E (1986)
63) 3000/70 Console Emulator (1986)
64) Wordcraft for 150 (1986)
65) Microsoft Windows For 150 (1986)
66) Execudesk for 150 (1986)
67) GW BASIC for 100 Series (1986)
68) Graphics Gallery for 150 (1987)



Most of the museum's collection of HP-150 software was donated by John Geremin of Megatronics Australia. John had been collecting the software for future use in a proposed Australian national computer museum.

Although the HP-150 ran the MS-DOS operating system, it was not software compatible with IBM PCs. The main problem at the time was that IBM machines did not use or recognise 3.5 inch floppy discs. Data files created on the 150 could be read by IBM PCs after the file had been stored to 5.25 inch floppy disc.

Click here for instructions on how to create working discs from the downloaded file.


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