Turnpike is a British-developed software suite for MS Windows, originally written by Chris Hall and Richard Clayton (who had previously been the co-founders and principal programmers of Locomotive Software). The suite, which comprises a combined email and news client as well as a separate program for handling the Internet connection aspects, first appeared in 1995. It was acquired by Demon Internet later the same year and for a number of years was supplied to their customers free of charge. It also has a small following of non-Demon users. Amongst its early reviews were those in Everyday Practical Electronics in November, 1995 and PC Format in Spring 1997.
Version 5.01 includes PGP.
Demon no longer supports or distributes Turnpike.
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|Version||Description||Latest Rating||Latest Wine version tested||Test results||Comments|
|Turnpike 5.01U||The software was issued free to Demon Internet users or could be purchased for use with other ISPs.||Gold||1.7.37||1||0|