28 January 1998
Our two new articles cover interesting developments in the alternative OS saga. Greg Lindsay covers the recent Apple decision to not release the specs of its new motherboard designs to Be, which means that the Be OS may never run on the highly touted G3 Mac hardware.
Also, more information about the Win32-OS/2 Project, which promises to make it possible for end-users to convert Windows applications into native OS/2 applications, giving IBM's beloved OS a real boost.
Windows Magazine is confirming yesterday's rumor that Microsoft is planning on mainstreaming Windows NT into a consumer version.
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