Abandonware DOS title

Wordstar 4

WordStar 4 was a popular word processing software program during the early days of personal computing. WordStar 4 included features typical of word processors in that era, allowing users to create, edit, and format documents. It used a command-driven interface, where users would enter specific commands to perform various tasks. The software was known for its simplicity and efficiency.
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  • Pooky 26/03/2023 22:42
    I love(d) WordStar!!! it was the first program I paid (what little money I was making as an enlisted USAF medical technician!) for (well, besides MS-DOS 2.0). Got it to work with a typewriter / combination interface (Brother typewriter). As a touch typist, it was a perfect program for me. Can't find the keyboard with CONTROL key next to A anymore though.
  • Bill Davidson 05/01/2023 23:48
    I bought an Apple11, a copy of Wordstar, and a Diablo printer for about 6600 when they first appeared. As a writer, it saved me endless time - in spite of all the Diablo bugs - in writing and especially in re-writing. Wordstar was an excellent program - way ahead of its time - and the best word processing program i ever used. I was sad to see it abandoned and have to turn to Microsoft Word (ugh) on the IBM clones. It wouldn't run on anything Apple brought out: Lisa, etc.
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