OS/2 is a series of computer operating systems, initially created by Microsoft and
IBM, then later developed by IBM exclusively. The name stands for "Operating ...
eComStation is an operating system based on IBM OS/2 that runs on current
Apr 2, 2012 ... But while OS/2 never truly caught on, it's also never gone away. Even if you
believe that you never saw it in action, there's a decent chance that ...
Nov 24, 2013 ... It was a cloudy Seattle day in late 1980, and Bill Gates, the young chairman of a
tiny company called Microsoft, had an appointment with IBM ...
The Chromebook Pixel is a puzzle. If the Chromebook Pixel could run desktop applications (e.g., Microsoft Office or Adobe Creative Suite) or do something the other Chromebooks could not, this $1300 price tag would make sense. But it can't, because it runs Chrome OS
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The OS/2 operating system was originally developed as a combined effort
between Microsoft and IBM. After OS/2 Version 1.3 Microsoft and IBM split up.
OS/2 Withdrawal from Marketing and Change in Support. Introduction. For
several years IBM has published an OS/2 Strategy. It stated IBM's intention to
Feb 12, 2013 ... Icon Remember OS/2? Promoted as the successor to DOS in the late 1980's and
early 1990's, the product wound up losing out to Windows and ...
Nov 27, 2012 ... Twenty-five years ago IBM unveiled its master plan to reclaim the PC industry. In
November of that year the first floppy diskettes of OS/2 version ...
OS/2 is an IBM operating system for the personal computer that, when introduced
, was intended to provide an alternative to Microsoft Windows for both ...