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Subject:Re: FrameMaker 5.0 on Windows NT From:"Marvin W. Miller" <Marvin_Miller -at- SEC -dot- SEL -dot- SONY -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 17 Jan 1996 10:07:53 -0800
I run Frame 5 on a 486-100 PC with Win95. I have not noticed any difference in
speed since upgrade from Win3.11. Not yet discovered any bugs.
> I'm curious to know from those of you who are running FrameMaker 5.0
> on Windows NT or Windows95 if there is a noticeable degradation
> of performance. We are switching to a Window NT network
> and simultaneously upgrading from FrameMaker 4.0 to FrameMaker 5.0.
> I called Adobe, the new owner of Frame Technologies, to find out what
> kind of support is offered for the NT platform and was surprised to
> learn that there is NONE--and that Microsoft has not yet
> approved FrameMaker 5.0 as being "logo-compliant" with either Windows95
> or Windows NT. (The sales rep. blamed their delay in moving to a 32
> bit design on their recent merger with Adobe.)
> Our concern is that FrameMaker 5.0 will run on our new NT network with
> the markedly reduced performance that we have noticed with other 16
> bit applications such as WordPerfect 6.1. Can anyone offer any advice?
> If this topic has already been beaten to death, I apologize
> for resurrecting it.
> Jason Peterson
> Spillman Data System, Inc.
> jpeterso -at- spillman -dot- com