We use any programs, as you know. Old, new, paid, free, big, small and the list goes. I've used some programs. Some office programs, programming programs... Now days, some programs are paid and small programs are free. I know, that's sucks. But today, I'm gonna give you link of the old programs you can use (if you know to use).
Old Adobe Programs
Adobe Streamline is an image conversion and manipulation tool that aids conversion of bit-mapped images in to PostScript line art for use in tools such as Adobe Illustrator. This has Windows 3.1 (16bit) and Windows 95/98 (32bit) verison.
Adobe Photoshop is a powerful drawing and photo manipulation program released for both Mac and Windows. It was sometimes accompanied by the vector graphic editor Adobe Illustrator
Photoshop initially competed against Micrografx Picture Publisher when it was brought to the Windows platform from the Macintosh. Over the years, It competed with many other image editors such as Paint Shop Pro.
Photoshop was considered the number one leader in advanced image editing until Adobe moved to a so-called "cloud" based subscription model. (The first photoshop was in BETA and on Mac, other -RELEASED- ones are on Windows and MacOS)
Adobe Illustrator is a vector graphics editor developed and marketed by Adobe Systems. It was often sold as a companion product to the bit-map/photo editor Adobe Photoshop. Illustrator was originally released in 1987 for the Apple Macintosh. Early versions were ported to NexT, Silicon Graphics, and Sun Solaris.
It competed against Corel Draw and Aldus Freehand.
Adobe Dimensions was a low cost 3-d object editing and rendering program. Unlike other 3d rendering programs, Dimensions is specifically geared towards producing illustrations for print.
Dimensions can import 2d objects from a number of other illustration programs, such as Adobe Illustrator or Freehand, and edited to create 3d objects. Then, instead of outputting a pixilated raster image, it outputs in postscript bezier curves, which can then be further processed by other 2d illustration packages.
Some Old Graphic Programs
Paint Shop Pro 6
JASC Paint Shop Pro is a simple and easy to use bit-mapped graphics editor. It supports a wide variety of file formats, and photo manipulation functions that were comparable to PhotoShop. It has good support for editing 256 color palletized images that made it ideal for editing web graphics. It was first released in 1990 for Windows 3.0 as just "Paint Shop", and early versions gained popularity through the distribution of shareware releases. It lost popularity in 2003 when 8.0 was introduced with a redesigned UI and in 2004, JASC was acquired by Corel (Most popular verison is 6, other verison has problems.)
NOTE : Works on Windows 10!
Instant Artist / Print Artist 8.0
Instant Artist, later renamed to Print Artist, is a greeting card and sign creation program that uses vectorized graphics. It was created by The Pixellite Group, the original authors of The Print Shop, and published in 1992 by Autodesk. It was later sold by Sierra On-line. It features a high quality set of generic reusable clip art. The clip art uses vector based technology that was also used in BannerMania.
Corel Draw is a vector based drawing and illustration program. It is primarily a Windows application, but was ported to Mac OS, Mac OS X, Linux, CTOS and OS/2. It competed against Aldus Freehand, Adobe Illustrator, and Micrografx Designer.
Micrografx Graphics Suite 2
Micrografx Graphics Suite 2 is an all-in-one graphics suite that includes Micrografx Designer, Flowcharter, Picture Publisher, and Simply 3D.
Microsoft Office 97/98
Microsoft Office is a bundle of Microsoft's productivity application. This includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and later Mail, Office Manager, and Outlook. The "1.x" versions of Microsoft Office were simply a marketing bundle of the standalone products sold together with no other packaging changes. Even though these were distinct applications, rather than one single monolithic program, they shared a similar user interface, integrated well together and shared the ability to embed documents from one application in the documents of another.
MS Office started out on the Macintosh, but quickly became the de-facto office suite for Windows 3.x.
Microsoft Office competed with a number of other office suites including Lotus Smartsuite, Borland/WordPerfect/Corel Office, and Star Office. Also see a complete list of Winworld's Word Processors, Spreadsheets, Databases, and Presentation programs.
NOTE : Works on Windows 10!
Corel Office is a software bundle that includes WordPerfect and a number of other office applications. It competed unsuccessfully against Microsoft Office. This bundle started out as "Borland Office", was briefly known as "Novell PerfectOffice", then "Corel Office", and under Corel it later became "WordPerfect Office". (Not to be confused with the unrelated ~1990 groupware program, also called "WordPerfect Office")