>>Team OS/2 member. Available to answer Warp questions.
>Well as a Warp user you will surely be familiar with sticking with a
>version of an OS, while others progress, you stand still.
every 18 months. And on another level, Windows95 is only now where OS/2
2.0 was _years_ ago. OS/2 Warp 3 can stay 'as is' for years to come and
remains a more sophisticated operating system.
Good, I prefer the native OS/2 apps which do not crash, are multithreaded, andQuote:>New applications ?
>Oops, too bad, they won't run under Warp.
operate in an object-oriented graphical user interface.
While I haven't been to a computer exhibition before, my understandingQuote:>I was at a computer exhibition
>this weekend and they were unloading Warp for $10, straight from the
>pallets. Doesn't sound like they are really selling it to make a profit,
was that you get things for *free* there. Can I not as easily deduce that
OS/2 Warp is so hot, they can actually get away with covering their
IBM does it all. You're pulling this out of thin air.Quote:>sounds like IBM is dumping it to return to the core business - hardware.
Of course. When is it tentatively scheduled for release?Quote:>Do you really seriously expect a new Warp version ?
Even if I did, my OS/2 Warp would remain far superior to Windows95.Quote:>Face it, this is what
>you will have to stick with, unless you blow it away and switch to 95.
If it is going to be sluggish on an 8M machine, at least it could be