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Toplevel Computing Fine Words (DOS Word Processor )

TWP stands for Toplevel Computing Fine Words (DOS Word Processor ).
This was last updated in March 2012
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I may be one of the few current users of Toplevel Word Processor (TWP). The program works with all versions of Windows up to XP. It does not work with Windows 7 Home Premium due to Microsoft's policy of making those who want to use legacy programs (those not supported by recent OS iterations) pay extra to use this old software - early to mid 1990s.
The capability exists in Windows 7 to run legacy programs but not the goodwill. Those who supported computing in the early years of the computer age paid much more heavily for services which later became commonplace, and free.
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I started using Toplevel Word Processor from the first version and on through many upgrades. It was easy to use and did the job. I was invited to their Stroud offices to discuss possible upgrades at a time when even word processors were in their infancy, and later wrote a book which was published on the program (no longer available). I was a great fan and thought it a pity that it didn't continue.
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