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On Wednesday November 23, 2016 nawa abdullah said:
thank you very much.
this software running well in
windows xp sp3.
On Sunday July 31, 2016 jaxx0rr said:
just use DOSBOX.. its free and works 100% with any Wordstar or any Dos software or Game for that matter
On Wednesday November 25, 2015 jesusfamiglietti said:
I remember when I was on college and all my homework was done with this program...
On Friday August 21, 2015 hetor vitor said:
muchas gracias. Voy a recordar muy viejos tiempos de la universidad ;-)
On Thursday April 23, 2015 M.Green said:
Annarita Guarnieri -- Have I got news for you....
Seek out vDOS, a new programme (October 2014) that will allow the installation and running of WordStar 4.0. I haven't used it yet myself, as I have only just downloaded it, but many people apparently have successfully. So it would seem to be the answer to a maiden's prayer, if like me you have thousands of WordStar files you were thinking you'd have to give up... Now it seems you don't have to -- what a relief!
For more info, try:
-- Good luck!
On Thursday March 26, 2015 Annarita Guarnieri said:
it doesn't work on my computer. It says it's not compatible with my Windows 7 system
On Wednesday December 17, 2014 bigmac69 said:
Documents written in this version seem to be producing a gibberish output when they are saved an reopened.
On Friday November 14, 2014 M.Green said:
A journalist, I started off with WordStar 3.3, I think it was, using it on an Epson PX-8, with CP/M system, in 1984, and used it on that machine for the next five years, while also later using an Epson PC Portable (weighing 6.5Kgs!) with WordStar 3.45 for PC's. I only moved up to WordStar 4.0 in the early 2000's, and still use it for many "notes", mainly because it is more convenient, and because I already have an investment in THOUSANDS of WS files, so I can't give it/them up....
WordStar was a small, neat and efficient way of creating files that you mostly needed on your computer, rather than printed off, maybe. I can use STRIP.EXE to strip off the high bit, if I need to import the file as .txt, into a Windows programme like Word. But the biggest advantage was I can use DR.COM to order all the files in a directory, and very easily and quickly go down the screen, hit return, and see the file in plain text, even with the hi-bit, as Dr.Com allows for that.
I wish I could get hold of a copy of WS5, which apparently has no hi-bits, as that would be even more convenient -- but I have never found where to download it....
By the way, WordStar was on both the Epson PX-8 (much like a notebook, but they didn't call them that in those days) in 1985, when I took it to the summit of East Malaysia's 4,101m high Mt Kinabalu -- the first computer ever to reach that summit, the highest in Southeast Asia. I repeated the endeavour again in 1989, when I took the Epson PC Portable to the summit.
But never again -- it was tough!
On Sunday August 31, 2014 djukon said:
George R. R. Martin reported in 2014 he still used WordStar 4.0 on a DOS machine to write his novels.
On Sunday October 1, 2006 ancient creeper said:
This v4.00 set is missing the Dictionary .OVLs and can't do spel checks or thesaurus look-ups. Still great for opening those dusty .docs though.
On Monday June 12, 2006 guest (guest) said:
One of the earliest and greatest word processing programs around in the late 1970's and very early 1980's. I used it under the operating system CP/M 2.2.
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