Abstract: Placing a shortcut to Turbo C++ on the Desktop and in the Programs Menu
I successfully installed Turbo C++ 3.0 onto my computer, but I can't find a way to start the program. How can I do that?
The Turbo C++ compilers 3.0 was written prior to the releases of Windows 95/98/NT/2000, and therefore the installaton program is not able to make all of the adjustments expected of a program built for a modern operating system. The following instructions will guide you through placing access to the compiler (via a shortcut) in the Program Files, Start Menu, and on the Desktop.
Placing a shortcut to Turbo C++ on the Desktop.
Placing a shortcut to Turbo C++ in the Start or Programs Menu.
The above method can also be used to place a shortcut
into the "Programs" section of the Start Menu. To do
so, follow steps 1 -> 5 above, then:
Appending Path to include Turbo C++ version 3.0
so that it may be started from a DOS prompt ( C:\WINDOWS> )
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