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MICROSOFT chairman Bill Gates on whether the 16-bit version of OS/2 will be "squeezed out" by the arrival this year of Windows 3.0 and a 32-bit version of OS/2: "In terms of volume, DOS windows will be the highest during the next year. We need a lot more applications for OS/2 for it to be the primary [operating system.) By then we don't expect people to be using it on 16-bit machines at all." (Quoted in InfoWorld, 1/29/90)
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Title Annotation:Bill Gates on the future of the 16-bit version of OS/2
Publication:Soft-Letter
Date:Feb 3, 1990
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