Bugs and turkeys

August 1996
Macworld;Aug1996, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p148
Reports on various developments relating to the computer industry in the United States as of August 1996. Unavailability of AppleShare 4.2.1 server software through retailers; Need to preview software and let users find and report the bugs; Ability of Claris' FileMaker Pro 3.0 to run only on Windows 95 systems.


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