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November 7, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

You may not be able to find much in the way of applications for your shiny new OS/2 with Presentation Manager you’re dying to try out, but there is always Borland International Inc’s SideKick for Presentation Manager, which makes use of OS/2 multi-tasking and has been written to exercise all the graphical features of Microsoft Corp’s user interface: what does it do? Well, you know, it’s a desktop management application (really, that’s all the announcement says, which is not much help unless you’re already familiar with other versions of Sidekick); and when can we have it? Product pricing, shipping and availability details have not yet been disclosed – in other words, Borland doesn’t have a clue either.

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