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Subject:Re: 3.1 or 95 From:Tim Altom <taltom -at- IQUEST -dot- NET> Date:Fri, 20 Sep 1996 06:03:00 EST
At 12:02 AM 9/20/96 -0400, you wrote:
>I need some information. One of my clients is going to put their college
>on the Internet. I write training manuals mostly for off-the-shelf
software. The are
>probable going to need to offer their computer courses in both Win 3.1 and
>Here is my question. (If this displays my ignorance please forgive me.) Do
>access the Internet, e-mail and/or web/Web sites using 3.1 or 95.
>Who is working most of the night and weekend trying to meet yet another
>So what else is new in a contractor's life? ;)
Jeesh, who knows? Nobody keeps that data. Any estimates would be almost
sheer SWAG. But I'd think, to be safe, the developers might want to stick to
16-bit apps so they'd run either place.
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