Through the X window

Beckman, Mel
May 1996
Macworld;May96, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p108
Focuses on a standard communications protocol called X Window. Design to run independent of the desktop machine and the underlying network; Comparison test of four products, Apple's MacX 1.5, XoftWare for Mac OS 3.0 from NetManage, White Pine's Exodus 5.2.1, and Tenon Intersystems' XTen 6.0.


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