Company will still bundle Netscape's browser too
Stories by Laura DiDio
Company is grappling with ever-increasing array of software glitches
Woman acted out of frustration, says lawyer
The long-awaited version of Microsoft's Windows NT Server that was designed to support thin clients leaves users vulnerable to the same potential security holes that exist in other versions of NT. But with the Windows Terminal Server, codenamed Hydra, the consequences are even greater.
NT migration too hard, too costly, many businesses find
Recipients of threatening letters dismayed
Third-party products filling the management gap left by Microsoft
Bugs bad, but better than SP2, says users
Remains committed despite dominance of rivals
Testers warn 'watch out for incompatible device drivers'
But analysts expect no impact on OS/2's market share
Fault-tolerance proves a crowd-puller
Computerworld US's Laura DiDio queries Frankenberg on several key topics
Eases some of Win95-to-Windows NT Workstation migration pain