Paradox, Approach fire usability arrow at Access

Bowen, Ted Smalley
July 1995
PC Week;7/17/95, Vol. 12 Issue 28, p11
Trade Publication
Reports on Borland International Inc. and Lotus Development Corp.'s launching of Windows 95 releases. Expected dominance of Microsoft Corp.'s Access 95 in the Windows desktop database market; Emphases of Borland's Paradox for Windows 5.0; Planned retention of the end-user orientation of Lotus' Approach 4.0.


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