Here is what I found as well as links to websites where available:
Counterpoint became part of NCR in 2011 and is still around and being updated (but with a fairly small install base of around only 7000 stores according to NCR): http://www.counterpointpos.com/
SBS Keystroke is very much around with current updates: http://www.keystrokepos.com/
RegistWare (sometimes called RegisterWare) has changed hands several times but is currently being offered by discountPOS (note that the RegisterWare website appears to be dormant): http://www.registware.com/
Regit 2000 also is "around" but unclear how much updating has been done: http://www.pos-warehouse.com/regitdownload.htm
SMS QuickSell 2000, QuickSell HQ and QuickSell Commerce where all acquired by Microsoft and re-branded/updated as Microsoft Retail Management Systems (RMS) Store Operations and Headquarters (HQ). These programs are alive and well with a very large global installations base (upwards of 30,000+ stores) and one of the largest customization/add-on catalogs available today (giving the software unique adaptability for multiple retail verticals): http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics/rms-overview.aspx
Cougar Mountain has also survived and updated their point of sale software: http://www.cougarmtn.com/accounting/retail/POS-Accounting-Software
The General Store is alive and kicking as well: http://www.thegeneralstore.com/
Despite what appears to have been a very long bankruptcy, Retail Pro has new ownership and will likely release new features and enhancements over the coming years (which which bring a sigh of relief to the 52,000 stores using Retail Pro globally): http://www.retailpro.com/
The website for ComCash is functioning but has a copyright date of 2010 and the last "tweet' from ComCash was over four months ago: http://comcash.com/index.php
Liquor Store Controller is now LiquorPOS: http://www.liquorpos.com/liquorPOS.html?gclid=CJak1Pzr6LQCFYl7QgodTF8ASg
Those are the main programs that I came to know very well 14 years ago - nice to see that nearly all of them are still around! Be sure to comment in case I missed any retail point of sale programs that survived the 90's and 2000's.
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