Turbo Pascal 7 for Windows 7 /8.1 & Windows 10 [32bit-64bit] FullScreen Single Installer

Hello Friends, recently while searching on the internet i came across this thing called as Borland Turbo Pascal 7.0 which is an IDE cum Compiler for running and compiling Pascal language .pas files, Although pascal is taken to be one of the dead programming languages, Pascal is still used widely for education purposes due to its similarities with C and easier to understand programming structures and flows.  but as Turbo Pascal 7 doesn’t work on 64bit OS such as Windows 7/8/8.1 and it works small window in 32bit OS , i have created this installer — >  Turbo Pascal 7 for Windows 7|8|8.1 by TechApple.Net

Salient Features of this installer are

  • Easy to use , and user friendly Borland Turbo Pascal 7 is used and that too runs fullscreen!
  • World’s most preferred Simple Pascal Language Compiler..that too on a single click installer !!
  • Works On All Versions of Windows, Windows 98,Windows 2000,Windows XP,Windows 7 [64 bit as well as 32 bit] As Well as Windows 8 and 8.1 too [both 64bit and 32 bit]
  • No need of installing DoSBoX and configuring or mounting anything! Everything right from DosBox to running turbo Pascal is built-in and the installer processes it automatically!
  • Thus , everything is automatic bundled in a single installer!
  • Useful For Students as well as Teachers and Professionals.
  • You can save the program directly within it,and open it next time From the Software itself for editing/Use.
  • You can Change the Units and TPDU Directories from the IDE if you want to..
  • Easy and Efficient Pascal Programming.

Download it here –

Click here to Dowload Turbo Pascal 7 for Windows 7 | Windows 8 |8.1  32bit and 64bit by Techapple.Net

Mirror Link #1  Click here to Dowload Turbo Pascal 7 for Windows 7 | Windows 8 | 8.1 32bit and 64bit by Techapple.Net

UPDATE – Now you can even enjoy your favorite Turbo Pascal compiler on your Android phones , check out the below tutorial – Click here to Install & run Turbo Pascal for Android phone or tablet

Installation Guide :

Its rather pretty simple,Just Open the installer and simply keep on clicking Next, Just Don’t change the default installation directory “c:\TP7\”

Screenshots — >

Successful Installation and Full Screen Working of Turbo Pascal 7 –>

Successul Compilation of Sample HelloWorld Pascal Program in Turbo Pascal 7 –>




Support :

  • Double click the Turbo Pascal icon on the Desktop for Execution
  • If it Doesn’t run Full-screen simply give the command “Alt + Enter” To Open in Full-screen


  1. Ted says

    Hi, the cursor seems to be stuck on the DosBox window and cannot move, say, to the tutorial window to follow along. I am using Windows7. Also, if I highlight a text field in one of the tutorial windows, and copy that text to the clipboard, then I cannot paste into the DosBox TP7 window. Is there a way of doing this?
    BTW, I found a work-around for the first issue: hit [shift]+[ctrl]+[esc] and the cursor will be free and the DosBox will resize to a smaller window which is no longer re-sizable. Must be a better way.

    • says

      Actually Copy-Pasting the Text through the Window won’t work 🙁 However, you can copy-paste into a notepad file,save it in the bin folder and then open it through the Turbo Pascal, it will work 🙂 , And if using Windows 7 The cursor should not get stuck by default 🙁 , as the cursor bug is present only for some Windows 8.1 users., can you tell whether the Windows 7 you are using is 32-bit one or 64-bit one, depending upon it,we will give a better solution for the same 🙂

  2. Ted says

    I’m with Zero Cool above, I cannot find the .exe file even thou I get the success message after F9. Searching all drives and folders shows no file by the name of my source code. What gives? Also, it seems that TP7 truncates the file name to eight characters long. Is this a true limitation?

  3. Fernando says

    Im trying to use some .tpu files , but i cant make it work , i try put the addres in directories, didnt work, trying puttin in units folder,still didnt work, any help?

  4. Colin Hollyman says

    I am trying to compile and run a program which I wrote several years ago using version 5. (I know that I may need to modify it), but the downloaded version does not recognise the “Uses Graph” (i.e graph TPU). suggestions please!

  5. Revnic Robert-Nick says

    I installed this program and worked.But I still have a problem with it:i can’t change the default directory.How can I change it?

  6. Arne Jensen says

    I made some Turbo Pascal programs for more than 10 years ago. Recently my 64 bits HP workstation was upgraded from Windows XP to Windows 7, but the old programs do not run anymore because of compatibility problems.

    Now i have installed the Turbo Pascal 7 for Windows 7. From the fullscreen editor it can run and compile the old source files, but when trying to run the generated exe-files directly, there is still compatibility problems. Right-click on the files and select Windos 7 compatibility do not help. The settings still seems to be for Windows XP (Service Pack 2).

    How can this problem be solved?

    • says

      Hello Arne Jensen,
      actually we are running the Turbo Pascal in an emulated environment as 16-bit programs cannot natively run in 64-bit environment 🙁 , so those programs cannot be run directly 🙁 , but we can run those in DosBox emulator like this Turbo Pascal

  7. kevin says

    why cant i find compiled and maked files…so silly tp7…my sourced codes i cant find them.i used a different intaller….i read above that they are hidden to protect them… to protect the files from what?..rain?..meteor shower?

      • keivn says

        OH WAIT..found them.in some C:\Users\MAIN\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files\TP\WORK who on earth would go to that location to search for his compiled programs….to find where tp7 is hiding your stuff guys, just search for them in the search dialogue box for the entire drive C:..apparently mine were hidden in an underground directory for virtual files in-case of some kind of nuclear fallout..XD…and pascal is really cool, easier than C++,and im using it to make commercial softwares..so much for ‘outdated’.

  8. Alain says

    Hi there,
    Thx for the new release for Win7. I’m unable to configure a different keyboard.
    Keyb XX is not recognized by the editor in the DOSSHELL mode. Any idea ? Thx

  9. Tom says

    Thank you so much. This is fun. I learned TP 30 years ago. Had version 2,3,4,5,6,7. Also programmed microcontroller 8051 with pascal.
    Now when I installed it, I could start writing code, just like I did then. As if no time have passed. Such a weird feeling.
    The old TP feels good, and it is so easy to structure and read. And the installer! Wooosh and the program is installed and everything is ready. Those days I sat with my 5,25″ floppy drive and waited.
    It´s fun to get old, mixed with a little sadness.
    Keep up the spirit and thanks again.

    • says

      You’re Welcome Tom Sir, Thank you for your appreciation and encouragement , 30 Years is really a long time! and my age too is 8 lesser than that , Yes Sir , the old TP feels good and is light and helps in keeping the “core” Pascal language intact, thus enhancing programming skills. It would really be nice to have your experienced guidance on which another software would you like to use on newer machines or which would be beneficial for everyone, so that i can package that too.. Thanks again!

  10. Simon says

    Thanks for building this installer. I’ve managed to dig out my old floppy discs and load up my old Pascal program that I wrote back in 1995, pressed ctrl-F9 and the program ran! Now I can go back into the source to tidy up and rewrite the code. Many thanks guys, keep up the good work 🙂

  11. John says

    Hi Chaitanya, I am trying to run a program I wrote 19 years ago but now I am facing out of memory problems during compilation. At that time, it could run without problems in BP7.0. Do you have a possible solution for this memory problem. I cannot increase the stack…..
    Thanks in advance for your reply.

  12. says

    please am using window 7 and i installed the compiler but the shortcut to the Dosbox is saying invalid file name or extension. And i try opening it from the C:\TP7\ but is still showing the same thing pls i need ur help

    • Handy says

      First of all make sure Compiler Destination is set to Disk.
      DosBox is mounted so that C drive thinks it is C:\Tp7
      in Options, Directories, Exe and TPU files set it to something like
      C:\TP\[Your preferred directory here]. Do not use c:\TP7\TP\[etc]. Program will not find it.

  13. Istvan says

    Dear All,
    I need some help.
    I just installed the turbo pascal 7 for win 7 64, and started to write my first program, but when I alt+tab to a other screen the cursor just goes wildly to the end of the line and a massage appears “line too long. truncated”. What should I do to fix this. it seems a bug.

    I have installed it with the original settings.
    Thank you,

  14. Peter says

    Hi There

    I have recompiled some old Turbo pascal code that I wrote some years ago so that it can run under windows 7 (previously under 3.1!).
    The program will run ok from the editor but the compiled file will not run.

    Can you help?



    • says

      Hello Peter, actually the compiled files would work only with the compiler, however you can package the compiled files with dos box so that you can execute them directly.

  15. Miki says

    I can’t start the GRAPH unit 🙁 In OPTIONS>DIRECTORIES>UNIT DIRECTORIES I entered c:\tp\unit, also c:\tp\bgi and other paths too, but when I run the program, it says that it can not found the GRAPH.TPU
    I use windows8.1/64. Can someone help me please?

    • Miki says

      Nevermind, I solved it. Even if the DIRECTORIES contains the right path, you still have to enter in INITGRAPH the path to driver (c:\tp\bgi). In the old days I used to use just an empty string there…
      Many thanks for the program!

  16. Bo Jacoby says

    When downloading turbo-pascal-7-windows-7…fullscreen-single-installer/ waited all night for “AdBlock”. (lower left corner). I started Turbo Pascal 7, but got the message “DOSBox DOS Emulator has stopped working”. That is sad because I need to run my ten year old pascal program on full screen.

  17. JGSU says

    I am having issues finding the .exe file after successfully compiling. I have searched the whole computer and the file does not seem to exist.
    The program is also not finding the graph.tpu, we have the correct files in the directory and it had been working well and then stopped.

    We are using Windows 8

  18. Dmitriy says

    Help me please
    After Installation i have a message:”Invalid file name or extension”
    I’m using Windows 8.1
    What should i do?

  19. says

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    Windows XP performs OK , with 7 or 8 you need the DOS BOX.
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  20. says

    Dear Bo !
    It depends on the Hardware of Your Computer !
    I use HP Computers and Acer from 2007, even LG works.
    You need to check your Computer before You purchase
    It with Color Mathematics Files.
    Since Windows XP has been heavily attacked by Viruses
    Microsoft had to change its Hardware completely !
    Get an old Computer dated 2007 or a few years before
    that date , try Amazon USA.
    Once You succeed , a Market of 250000 Computers
    Is waiting to run Colo Mathematics , this includes
    India and China !
    Keep up the Good Work
    Erwin Gelber
    Color Mathematics

  21. Wayne Price says

    I’m running your Techapple Turbo-pascal 7 on my Windows 10 computer. My old “Church” Turbo-pascal program basically seems to be working OK with a couple screen quirks that I can live with for now. My problem comes when trying to print from my program. It was set up years ago using an old parallel HP 832C printer. How do I change the Turbo program to print out to my USB Epson Artison 720 printer? My Lenova Ideacentre doesn’t have a parallel input option.

  22. joaquim says

    i found a very important error: when we execute the application and we go back to Turbo Pascal, i lose the menus clicks… can anyone advice me?

  23. Peter says

    Hoping to use this with students …

    -can a pas file be saved to other than the default directory?
    -having keyboard issues … can’t generate quotation marks, can only generate left and right parenthesis symbols with left-shift key.

    • says

      Well we could surely help you with the additional options required in keyboard keys and directory. Could you please tell us the keyboard language or type of laptop keyboard which is being used 🙂

      • Peter says

        Standard HP desktop with HP keyboard, English (US). Also, I notice that TP7 activates with a message about an invalid extension.

  24. Ronald says

    You can use Long Path Tool to solve the issue of long filename or extension. It is very useful to solve such type of problem.

  25. Thorsten Roth says

    Hi, I used your download, but after each start of a program using the unit crt the mouse will not accept any more click results. Only movement is possible. I had the same problem with the original BP 7.0 what seems to be much the same as your Pascal for Windows, but you have DosBox integrated into the system.

    Another question, if you can help me with the more important one. I want to have a seperate data directory on another drive, how can I tell Pascal to use it. The DosBox config shows my additions with all the mounts of different drives but does not seem to be used.

    • says

      Hi Thorsten, Yes we have dosbox integrated into our system.
      In order to create directories into other drives, we will not only need to map them on dosbox cfg, but we will also need to add the corresponding directories in the turbo pascal’s build directory.

  26. Thorsten Roth says

    Hi, I have a very specific problem and would to contact someone who knows a little bit more about DOSBOX and Turbo Pascal.

    I currently have two different versions of the programme on my PC, both with one very problematic error but not the same one. If I can solve problem, it would maybe work fine. My mail is [email protected]

  27. Stefi says

    Hi There! I need some help if it’s possible. I downloaded the TP7 for Windows 8 32bit-64bit, installed it and tried to use it. It open’s, But when i’m finish with a Program i press Compile (it works), then PRess Run(it works) only 1 up to 3 times, after that i can’t use any other menu. Or if i run it once and i modify the program the same error. TP isn’t responding anymore, and I have to close it entirely and open it again and rewrite the program. Otherwise it’s ok, it save’s even the programs and find them anytime, but it’s annoying to exit and start it over and over again. Could you please help me? 🙂 Thank you

    • says

      You better rewrite the old program using new and modern Pascal. You can convert it into a modern desktop app, or web app, or mobile app without any problems.

  28. R Troxel says

    I tried to download Pascal, My computer gave a message saying dangerous to down load, and stopped the download. I am using Windows 10.

  29. Phyl says

    A number of years ago I wrote a program in TP that involved 3D array and printing out employee records. He really wants to use the program but it doesn’t work very will under Windows and won’t print at all. I was looking for a way to rewrite it. Will this allow this. Can I copy the code?

    Also, will this create a true windows program that uses the Windows Print interface?

    • says

      Hello Phyl,

      Yes, it will allow you to execute the program as it is in TP. But for Printing the file, you might need to save the output to a file.. or capture the screen and then print, as it cannot directly use the print interface, however, the old program should completely work fine!

    • says

      You better rewrite the old program using new and modern Pascal. You can convert it into a modern desktop app, or web app, or mobile app. Of course modern Pascal would be able to print anything to any printers connected to it.

  30. kevin says

    hi, im trying to get units for mouse and keyboard,..tpu files can someone please share them or give me a free download link please.

  31. Paul Halyung says

    I have installed, and run your implementation. It looks great!
    One question though, the resultant .EXE files are still 16 bit and cannot run under Win7x64
    Any hopes in producing at least Win32 EXEs?

  32. edgar oliver says

    i contacted you a couple of days ago. I can’t see it displayed. The problem was that the compiler didn’t recognise the graph unit

  33. OldGi says

    Getting ready to download TP. Worked on Delphi 1 briefly way back that’s all. I’m on win 7 32.

    My apps will be memory maintenance oriented. I’m interested in creating my own service procedures and making calls to Win 7 API without problems. I’ll be queriying Win 7’s memory classes to create my own “taskkill” so that I can clobber truant “stopped” processes and other memory release issues. Most of this will be string searches and reads from CSV files I create on the fly, or, alternately instead of files, to arrays. So TP needs to up to date on Win 7 down to the intricate details of it’s operation. Do you foresee problems before I download?.


    • says

      You better rewrite the old program using new and modern Pascal. You can convert it into a modern desktop app, or web app, or mobile app. Of course modern Pascal would be able to print anything to any printers connected to it.

  34. Peter Sippli says

    Your Version compiles well on my WIN10 PC for .TPU Files.
    How can I compile for Protected Mode .TPP ???

  35. says

    What the fuck?! It’s 2018, guys! Turbo Pascal is a dead product and nobody uses it in software industry today. No wonder it no longer works on modern operating systems. Turbo Pascal should be put in a software museum. Why are you stilll bother using it?

    Don’t take me wrong, I’m a huge Pascal fan. But, please don’t use Turbo Pascal no more! Use the modern Pascal compilers instead. We got Free Pascal, Delphi, Oxygene, and Smart Pascal. All of these modern Pascal compilers works on most modern operating systems available today out of the box. Use them! I recommend you all to use FreePascal since it’s the only modern Pascal that is free and open source.

    And for the editor, please use modern graphical IDEs as well. We got Lazarus IDE (official GUI IDE for FreePascal which is also free and open source) and the other come with its own modern IDE as well that have all modern code editing features like drag-n-drop form designer, code completion, code formatter, code template, visual debugger, etc. They cover everything you need to write modern Pascal programs.

    You could also use any popular modern editors today to write Pascal programs. You may use VS Code, SublimeText, Notepad++, Eclipse, etc or even XCode on Macs. Though they don’t support Pascal by default like the dedicated Pascal IDEs, making them to work with Pascal is not hard either because there are some Pascal plugins and libraries for each of those editors. So, we already got plenty of options to write modern Pascal programs today.

    And with modern Pascal, we could not only write old-fashion console programs, but we could write any kind of modern programs you can imagine, such as games, web app, android app, ios apps, desktop apps, web service, etc. We could even write JavaScript app using Pascal code! Your skill is the only limit.

    So, please… don’t make Pascal language looks so bad as if it stuck with Turbo Pascal forever. That’s one of the reason why most people avoid Pascal, because they think Pascal is equal to the old Turbo Pascal. And you guys help making those wrong image stick!

    • says

      You better rewrite the old program using new and modern Pascal. You can convert it into a modern desktop app, or web app, or mobile app.

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