QuickC 1.0 for Windows

Microsoft QuickC is a C compiler with an Integrated Development Environment, designed to compete with Borland Turbo C. It was targeted at home/hobbyist users with a much lower price tag than Microsoft's corporate-oriented professional products. Microsoft also produced QuickPascal and QuickBasic with similar integrated environments.



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Release notes

Quick C 1.00 for Windows was Microsoft's first fully Windows hosted development environment. It includes a GUI editor with syntax highlighting, integrated debugging, an image editor, and a dialog editor. It includes predefined libraries for porting command line applications, and Windows GUI development. It can generate Windows executables, DLLs, and DOS executables.

This product was superseded by Visual C++.

Installation instructions

Requires Windows 3.0 or later, a 286 CPU, and 2MB of RAM.

Product type
DevTool
Vendor
Microsoft
Release date
1991
Minimum CPU
286
Minimum RAM
2MB
User interface
GUI
Platform
Windows
Download count
6 (2 for release)

Downloads

Download name Version Language Architecture File size Downloads
Microsoft QuickC 1.00 for Windows (3.5-1.44mb) 1.00 for Windows English 10.68MB 2

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