(I expect brickbats from this inquiry)
I've used WordStar since 1984 for my law-office diary. When MS Word came along, I switched to MSW for everything else, but the WS-->MSW conversion utilities were unhelpful, so I stuck with WS for that single application.
Every one of the succeeding versions of Windows has supported WS.
W7 does, too. As long as I type "WS.EXE on the command line, WS pops up and runs flawlessly.
However, there seems to be no other way to bring it up other than on the command line. I can't pin it to the Start Menu.
Have I missed something in my old age?
Now, Mr. No-meat,
while I never get used too much to WordStar, I must admit that my all-time-favorite of word processing was Word 5.0 (or 5.5?). The very only flaw of this program was its lacking ability to WYSIWYG but it was speedy as ____ compared with all newer "Word for Windows" versions. If I only could find the 5,25" slots for my old floppies...
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