Not everyone needs everything in OS-2 Ashton, Alan

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Ashton, Alan
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Personal Computing
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Applications programming; Word processing; Business
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General; Trade
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There is not a great deal that Microsoft's OS-2 can do that has not already been done in the field of word processing. Multitasking, memory caching, program management, and print spooling are already available without OS-2. The extended OS-2, with its graphics presentation manager, offers the hope of consistent interface across applications and machines, and a common method of information exchange among programs. In most offices OS-2 will allow the exchange of information between the editor and other applications, such a spreadsheets, electronic maIl, schedulers, databases, and communications programs. Not everyone needs OS-2, but it should be watched carefully.
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