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Command & Conquer Red Alert was originally released for Windows 95/MS-DOS as a full commercial/retail release by Westwood Studios. Westwood Studios was purchased by Electronic Arts and subsequently closed a few years later. In August of 2008 Electronic Arts released Command & Conquer: Red Alert as freeware to coincided with the release of Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 and the 13th anniversary of the start of the C&C series. In addition, the original multiplayer hosting service is no longer supported but CnCNet.org does offer to host for Red Alert as well as a number of other Command & Conquer games that have been released as freeware as well. The services offered by CnCNet.org are completely free and are funded by donations. Additional information on this service, how to install and available games can be found on their site by following the link. Everything is very easy to install and comes with an easy to use lobby app with all C&C games included and many more options. The collection runs perfect on Windows 10 and comes with resolutions up to 1920 x 1080.

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