Windows Of Opportunity For Big Blue?Amy Cortese
What's the hottest software coming down the pike for personal computers? Most folks would probably say Microsoft Corp.'s Windows rewrite, which has been in development for four years under the code name Chicago. That program will take advantage of the full power of 32-bit chips, look prettier than today's Windows, allow more than one application program to run simultaneously, and, in general, make life easier for PC owners. But there's a catch: The package, now dubbed Windows 95, probably won't be out until next April at the earliest.
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