Normally I won't give anyone a hard time about choice of system, but here I will.
(1) It appears you are trying to learn assembly programming. For that, nearly any tool will do.
(2) You have not given a good reason for using TASM over MASM. The first is an older tool that is no longer developed. The second is still maintained and it is a superior system.
(3) Any decent IDE will let you work with plain text files. Google offers a number of solutions that target assembly.
(4) It looks like you need some help understanding how to use your tools. For example,
-f win32 (path to file)
is not a valid command on Windows (or any other system I am familiar with).
Nor are they valid command-line options to TASM (AFAIK). If you were to type them as argument to TASM, I would expect you to get the error message you show us.
If you google around "turbo assembler" and "tasm" with "tutorial" and "getting started" you will get a lot of great hits helping you actually compile your program.
Also, you should be aware that modern Windows systems no longer support the DOS interrupts. You will need to be running an emulator to execute old 16-bit programs.
If you really are just trying to learn assembly, you are much better off using MASM32 right from the start. The guys at Microsoft have spent a whole lot of time making it very, very nice.