Pride Utilities was a software house based in Luton, UK.
Their main focus was on various utilities for copying tapes and discs, but their line-up also included Basic extensions and printer utilities.
Their releases were available on both cassette and disc, as well as on ROM's.
The registered address (as of Dec. 1985) was:
Pride Utilities Ltd.
7 Chalton Heights
Beds. LU4 9UF
Releases for CPC
- Electric Lantern Show
- Oddjob Disc edit and copy utility
- Printer Pac-1 DMP1 and Epson printer utility Basic extensions (RSX)
- Printer Pac-2
- Scriptor Definable character fonts for the DMP1
- Syclone Tape to tape Basic extensions (RSX)
- Syclone 2 Tape to tape Basic extensions (RSX)
- System X Basic extensions (separate versions for 464/664/6128)
- Transmat Tape to disc transfer utility
- Tomcat Tape to tape backup utility
- Zedis II Editor/disassembler
- Pride Utilities 8bit Printer Port Hardware adaptor