DOS Days

Contact Us

I sincerely hope you find the content and regular updates at my website informative, fun and interesting. If you want to get in touch for any of the reasons below please do so!

  • Have any feedback or topics you would like covered
  • Need some advice
  • Have contributions to add directly to the site
  • Have a query about content or images used

I usually respond within a few working days. If you are selling/offering quotes on SEO or website development, please don't bother - you won't get a reply.

The simplest way to get a message to me is to fill out the form below and click the 'Send' button:

Alternatively, you can contact me via email at

DOS Days went live in 2017 and is linked with my sister site, Retro Isle, which has been online since 2010. If you're also into 8-bit and 16-bit home computers such as Sinclair, Commodore, Atari and more, I encourage you to check it out!



Your Privacy

I created DOS Days to be an ethical and honest website for the retro enthusiast or historian. As such I do not personally collect any data on visitors to the site. There is no doubt some audit trail that my Internet Service Provider logs, but this is not something that is used by me. You will notice there are no advertisements either. I have no intention of making any money from the site, since it is a hobby of mine.


Contributions and Intellectual Property

I welcome contributions from visitors, whether it's information, pictures or downloads that are relevant to the content on DOS Days. In all cases, I ask for permission to publish as well as whether they wish to be named or remain anonymous. Every once in a while I get a notification that an image is owned by someone else - this can happen because I often rely on contributions from visitors, and haven't necessarily sourced the material personally. Where content is created by me, I make a lot of effort to ensure I use either free [of IP] images or that they are my own. If you notice any images that are not, please let me know and I will remove them immediately, or with your permission I will credit the image to you.

If you contribute anything to DOS Days, please ensure you are the rightful owner of that item, and that there is no other copyright or ownership rights on it.