Borland's first C/C++ integerated development environment, including a compler, a linker, a high-level debugger, a code editor and other tools.
Turbo C++ conformed to AT&T's C++ 2.0 language specification. The development environment and command line tools originally ran under MS-DOS. A 1992 version ran on Windows 3.1. Version 1 came in two forms: Turbo C++ and Turbo C++ Professional. The latter included Turbo Assembler, Turbo Debugger and Turbo Profile.
It superceded the C-only Turbo C and was itself superceded by C++ Builder.