I did not have Quick Brown Fox, but a friend of mine did and I remember just a few things about it. It was on a cartridge and when you were working on a document you didn’t type in the display section, instead you would go into edit mode and moving between the two seemed to take an eternity. Still, in the eighties this seemed very futuristic and when he turned in his school projects printed on computer paper we were all very jealous.
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