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January 5, 1988

IBM CONFIRMS PLANS OF AN OS/3

By CBR Staff Writer

IBM confirmed to continental journalists last month that there is an OS/3 operating system specifically for the 80386 models of the PS/2 waiting in the wings: the company reportedly acknowledged that since OS/2 supports a maximum of only 16Mb main memory, the full benefits of the 386 microprocessor are not used, and that there will therefore be an OS/3 as well; it is expected in the latter half of this year.

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