Thanks to its popularity back then, Portfolio experienced a flood of software for virtually all applications. However, when the hype had gone down, most of the dedicated websites started to disappear and some FTP archives have become inaccessible. Nowadays, a new fortunate user of a Portfolio (with some file transfer hardware) faces the problem: where to find anything useful that I could load to my little computer and be happy with it?
Here's a short list of the sources where you can still find software for the Portfolio. They are redundant, of course, but that increases the chance, that Pofo software will survive on the Internet and we won't wake up one day to find out that the only place where the programs used to be is down.
- http://files.pofowiki.de/ - a huge collection of applications, utilities and games, including programs written for Portfolio Club Deutschland; some directories include short descriptions in
- http://www.atari-portfolio.co.uk/library/tx-downloads.html - another great source of Portfolio software
- http://www.umich.edu/~archive/atari/Portfolio/ - huge repository of various programs
- http://portfolio.wz.cz/sw.htm - several tools and games (cz)
- http://www.pofo.website.pl/pliki.htm - some useful utilities (pl - don't switch to English version since it lacks some entries)
- http://leute.server.de/peichl/pfe.htm - Klaus Peichl's homepage with his superb programs (including the last version of Folidash and Phoenix)
- http://mbcorp.wu.cz/atari/hry.htm - games with screenshots and short descriptions (cz)
- http://www.pingweb.de/gunni/epofo.htm - website that no more exists (access via Web Archive) with the author's programs (including AportisDoc reader for Atari Portfolio)