Memphis, 5.0 timed for evolving platforms

DeTar, Jim
April 1997
Electronic News;04/14/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2163, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on Microsoft's plans to time the release of a Windows 95-successor operating system codenamed Memphis and version 5.0 of Windows NT. Aim of coinciding the product introductions with an explosion of systems platforms; Showcase of Memphis and Windows NT 5.0 at the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference held in April 1997 in San Francisco, California; Focus on simplicity and manageability.


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