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May 22, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:36pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Fortune 1,000 companies are only now beginning to make the upgrade to 32-bit Windows 95, according to Forrester Research’s report The Last Windows Upgrade. Only 23% of the desktops and laptops at companies surveyed are running 32-bit Windows, with a hefty 67% still running 16-bit, with one of the reasons for the delay said to be the confusing messages from Microsoft Corp over competition between Windows 95 and NT, not to mention Net PCs, NT 5.0, Memphis, Windows terminals.

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