Arachnophilia is an html editor for Windows (Java version also available.) Arachne is a browser for DOS.
I enjoyed browsing the web with Arachne on a notebook computer whose Windows system had disintegrated. You can also use it on a computer with only DOS, no Windows installed, as long as you have a monitor that can display graphics, i.e. EGA or CGA onwards. If you have a truly ancient computer with a monochrome monitor, you can still browse the web with Net-Tamer. There was a warning that before installing Arachne, you should create a directory and set it as the temporary directory - Click here for instructions or do as follows:
[quote]Making and Setting the “TEMP” Directory
You need to make a directory in which all of the temporary file made by DOS and Windows will be kept. You then need to force Windows and DOS to use that directory. First, make a directory, c:\temp. In DOS, this is done by using the following commands:
(If not in the root directory)
cd c:\ (press enter)
md c:\temp (press enter)
Once the c:\temp directory is made, enter the following into autoexec.bat (or config.sys in DOS 6 or higher):
Under MS-DOS, the default temporary directory is the DOS directory itself, so if the temporary directory gets cleared, your entire operating system gets deleted
Apart from that, installing and using Arachne is quite simple. Have fun!