Windows for Workgroups

Huxford, David C.
April 1993
Journal of Financial Planning;Apr93, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p52
Academic Journal
The article presents information on Windows operating system. One cannot efficiently run an office with a computer without a windowing environment like Windows or Desqview. If there is more than one person in the office, one also need a local area network so one can share client data files. Microsoft's Windows for Workgroups (WFW) take care of these two requirements. WFW is a peer-based network that allows one to share printers and disk drives on any computer in the net work. Therefore, people can print on their assistant's dot matrix printer while the assistant is printing on the laser printer.


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