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December 17, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

The latest update to Cybertek Corp’s menu system for networked and stand-alone MS-DOS personal computers, PC WorkStation Manager 4.00, has made its way on to the market. According to Cybertek the previous version gave reduced training time and increased corporate-wide productivity. Now, it claims, the use of local area networks and MS-DOS micros is simplified even further by establishing a standard user interface. PC Workstation also includes a comprehensive file management system that replaces common MS-DOS commands, and the construction of keyboard macro tables has been made easier as has the ability to create custom user environments for individuals, work groups and departments. The company did not give prices for the product.

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