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We could create a message that we want to remember and have it appear on our computer screen when we turn it on. There was a way to do this, but I can't remember how.
When you save a file in your startup folder, it will open automatically every time you turn on your computer. This is like a reminder or popup that will appear each time you start up your machine.
I think that the editing tools we used to use in the days of DOS should still be used instead of Notepad. If we need to edit text, we should try using UltraEdit.
A cute Windows program that is transferred from a DOS program created by someone's father, shows the contents of small files that cannot be edited and whose file type is not always known.
The program (reinforcement) cannot open a text file that is larger than 64 kilobytes in size on Windows 9x. It will do whatever it is supposed to do, but it cannot open a file that is too large. Instead, you can try using WordPad to open the file.