Microsoft is having some fun with us today for April Fool's with the launch of MS-DOS Mobile, computing from the past brought into the modern age. Despite being an elaborate prank we're enjoying playing around with it and its fully working ASCII Camera.
It's not going to shoot any award winning photos, but that doesn't really matter. Come and share your creations in the Windows Central forums!
It's not a contest or anything, this one's purely just for fun. Fire up the MS-DOS app on your phone, take some photos and show us your best ones at the forums link below. If you want to know more about the MS-DOS Mobile application, check out our hands-on post here
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