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COSMOS is a personal cost monitoring system written by KSL. It runs under CP/M 2.2, (the Dobbertin 63 KB TPA version).

It is a personal business application similar to the MSDOS-era PC applications and probably one of the largest projects ever developed for CP/M.

It supports the Dobbertin Hard Disk and the RAM expansion, includes Graphics and a user friendly GUI using AMX Mouse, provides a twin 16-color screen saver, supports high capacity external drives, deals with the serial and parallel ports of the CPC and provides CPC-to-PC communication via the RS232C interface.

It also includes a user friendly installation utility and ASCII Tools in order to deal with the large output text files of COSMOS.

A typical COSMOS project requires approximately 360 KB of disc space.

Version 24 of COSMOS, which was released in the end of 2017, is the final version of this project.