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I have found Borland Turbo C 2.01 restrictive. On newer computers such as Microsoft Windows 8, it is not working unless you use DOSbox. However, it has been working fine on Microsoft Windows XP (at least the 32-bit version anyways). MS-DOS 6.22 runs it fine except it does NOT have graphics. To make matters worst, I have found on HP2000-2d24DX if you install older versions of Microsoft Windows (before Windows 7), you may not have graphics drivers. So there are a lot of considers to understand before using Borland Turbo C 2.01 however it is my preferred compiler and only recommendation. I have used Tiny C compiler and GCC for C as well which are both free, and do not like them. Even though Borland Turbo C 2.01 is restrictive and old and limited to 16-bit I like it. Just my preference. Call it programmer idiosyncracies haha