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Is switching to NT out of the question? You can add all the hardware
you want, but unless you have a good O/S to use it with you are just
attempting to dodge the problem.
Douglas S. Bailey, Technical Writer
System Software Documentation
Huntsville, AL 35894-0001
>To: Multiple recipients of list TECHWR-L
>Subject: Re: equipment standard?
>Date: Tuesday, February 07, 1995 11:08AM
> You may be having no problem, but you have a time machine--nobody
>else, even at Microsoft, is using Windows 95 yet--what are the rest
>of us supposed to do?
>vr%acmcr -dot- uucp -at- murphy -dot- com
>New York, NY