IBM EasyWriter

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EasyWriter was a word processor first written for the Apple II series computer in 1979, the first word processor for that platform.[1] It was written by John Draper's Cap'n Software, which also produced a version of Forth, which EasyWriter was developed in.[2]

It was later ported to the IBM PC and released when the PC was announced in 1981.[3][4]

Draper developed EasyWriter while serving nights in the Alameda County Jail under a work furlough program. [1][3]

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