Obsolete Recipes program

I have an old Recipes program from Odyssey Computing(1993). I have searched for them online and I believe they must be out of business because I have not been able to contact them. I cannot run this program in anything newer than Windows XP. Is there anyway I can change the data files from this obsolete program so I can access all the recipes I have saved.? Is there a company that can do this for me? I do not want to scrap all my saved recipes.

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Clarification Request
There are prior long discussions about this.

There's DOSBOX, VirtualBox and more to give us a chance to run old apps. Is this some DOS app?

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Recipes from Odyssey Computing 1993

I do not know what you mean when you ask is this a DOS program. This program ran in Windows 3 -XP. It is a 32 bit program. My PC is 64 bit, had Windows 7 and now has Windows 10.
It cannot be installed and made to run on my newer OS. I do not want to keep my XP computer just for running the Recipes program but I would like to be able to convert the data files to something that will run in Windows 10.

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Then I have to go with no.

I'm not there to examine the app and data files to see if it has an export feature.

Since you don't know if it's some DOS or other app then we are in the dark again. My bet would be on a DOS app which there are ways to run again even in 10. But since that is not the goal you'll have to get with a computer consultant to get an estimate for your project.

Most folk will make it run again.

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Re: Odyssey Computing says they are odyssey computing and make apps and such.

If they made the program you are using, they might be able to get the recipes out of your database for a reasonable price. If you want more than a printed version you'll have to decide on a target program also.


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