This Chip Does Only Windows, But It Makes Them Sparkle
Windows 3.0 from Microsoft Corp. has allowed IBM and IBM-compatible PC workers to break away from the "one screen, one program" limitations of MS-DOS. But the power to divide a computer screen into several work areas, or windows, also has its problems. Controlling and moving all those windows of information, for example, can tax the PC's central microprocessor--especially the 1984-vintage Intel Corp. 80286 chips used in millions of IBM PC/AT-class machines.
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