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April 15, 1992


By CBR Staff Writer

Comdex/Spring in Chicago last week was for all intents and purposes a Microsoft Corp event, all the energy and sparkle belonging to the Windows World side of the house, OS/2 being a footsore also-ran and Unix not even showing up for the race: NT had its own pavilion manned by a group of independent software vendors showing their wares; it might take them longer to get to market than they anticipated however – gossip has it that NT has slipped from summer to winter 1992 and now again to sometime in the first half of 1993; among whatever problems it may be having, count memory management as one of them.

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