Welcome to the computerarchive.org archive.

This site is dedicated to preserving the remaining manuals, adverts, software and
other files from computers and other related equipment. The files are placed on a fileserver for 
easy access. I'm trying to collect as much as possible of computers. If you have files 
that you want to place in the archive, please contact me. If you have any questions or submissions, feel free to contact me at martijn\(@)/post.ms

To access the files, please go to https://computerarchive.org/files.
Please respect the download rules. The download rules are 5GB per hour or 10GB per day.

UPDATE 09/07/2017
It's been a long time since I've updated the archive. The scrapers are quite annoying. Last week two IP addresses have completely downloaded the website. Because 
of this there're rules effective starting now. To make access to the archive possible I've build a ftp server. You'll need a account for access. To get access 
you'll need to donate relevant files. Please contact me for more information.
More and more people seems to find this website. The current number of unique visitors per month is 3500+

UPDATE 30/09/2016
the archive has lately been often unavailable. The data is currently on a ZFS file system. The combination ZFS, ISCSI and VMware creates stability problems. I am currently working on a solution.
The number of unique visitors has increased significantly to 1,500 per month. The bandwidth utilization per month is now around 900GB.

To maintain the file collection and to add new files I'm looking for volunteers. I've you're interested, please send me an email at martijn\(@)/post.ms.

UPDATE 17/04/2016
Mirrored some new sites and cleaned up a small part of the archive (manuals and magazines). We now have 570GB of data online. Since this 
archive came online (June, 2014), the current number of unique visitors per month at te moment is about 900. The bandwith utilization per month is around 500GB. 

UPDATE 01/01/2016
Still making some changes to the website. To make the site accessible for everyone the site is using mod_qos. This is nessecary because the number of visitors is growing rapidly.

UPDATE 02/12/2014
Since this archive came online (June, 2014), the current unique visitors per month at te moment is about 400. The 
bandwith utilization per month is around 100GB. To maintain and manage 500GB of files is a lot of work. I'm looking
for somebody to help me organize the content on this archive. I want to host more files, but I don't have the time to do this. I've you're 
interested, please send me an email at martijn\(@)/post.ms.