IBM OS/2 course includes Pentium-exploiting features

Scheier, Robert L.; Schroder, Erica
May 1993
PC Week;5/24/93, Vol. 10 Issue 20, p16
Trade Publication
Reports on IBM Corp.'s OS/2 2.1 enhancements. Ability to increase the performance and reliability of the operating system running on Intel Corp.'s Pentium microprocessor; Plans of adding multiprocessing support to OS/2; Marketing campaign of OS/2; Multimedia capabilities; Demonstration of the operating system on a 486 multiprocessor server; Multimedia Presentation Manager/2.


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