A New Os/2: Fewer Glitches, More Features
Like too many new and complex software programs, version 2.0 of IBM's OS/2 operating system contained minor glitches when it was released nearly a year ago. Some customers found that parts of the program wouldn't work on certain brands of PC clones. IBM says that an update of the software, due out in March, will eliminate any problems in installing and using the program. The revision is timely for IBM because rival Microsoft Corp. is expected to release a competing program in April: Windows NT, which, like OS/2, shows off the talents of the most powerful Intel Corp. microprocessors.
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