Tasm for Windows 7/8/8.1/9 32bit & 64bit

The Simulation of Turbo Assembler on 32 & 64 bit Windows [Fullscreen]

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As we all know the Popular Turbo Assembler / TASM [Assembler and compiler by Borland] does not run well on 64 bit OS’s like Windows 7,Windows 8 etc,and on 32 bit OS’s plus they cant work fullscreen, so we have developed the emulated version of the same Tasm Assembler within an environment called DosBoX which works on all OS’s Fullscreen..!!!

normal DosBoX installations require you to download DosBox separately and then mounting the tasm directory for working and all which was a headache..with our installer you don’t need to mount/configure anything everything is done automatically!.. comes inbuilt with Editor / edit.com too !!

Just install and Go! you can start using Tasm as soon as you install this..!
Really Simple as 1…2…3…

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  • Fullscreen Running of Tasm on Windows 7/8/8.1/9
  • Single Installer
  • No need of configuration or configure anything
  • Inbuilt- edit.com / MS-Dos Editor for compiling programs.
  • Just install and Play!

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  • chaitanya7
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    our university was forcing us to use tasm on windows 8, i didn't want to configure dobox everytime, i installed the tasm provided and its done automatically ! great job!

    Posted 04/30/2014
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Education, End Users/Desktop

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2014-04-13
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