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November 24, 1993


By CBR Staff Writer

Microsoft Corp is almost ready with a substantial upgrade of the rather lacklustre Windows NT, PC Week reports: the main goals of the upgrade, referred to internally as Windows NT 3.11 – are to slim down NT’s ludicrous volume and improve performance, although the company says NT will never reach the 4Mb threshold targeted for Chicago, the next major version of Windows; Microsoft officials have also said that a version of the DoubleSpace disk-compression software will be included in the next release of NT, as will Silicon Graphics Inc’s OpenGL three-dimensional graphics technology – plus bug fixes so far.

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