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Item Reference:
SW0047    
Software name :
OS/2 Warp Connect
  Version 3 CD-ROM 07H9910
  OS/2 Release History
  • 1987 - OS/2 1.0 16-Bit
  • 1988 - OS/2 1.1 16-Bit, with graphical user interface Presentation Manager (PM)
  • 1989 - OS/2 1.2 16-bit for the first time HPFS in, improved Presentation manager
  • 1991 - OS/2 1.3 16-bit
  • 1992 March - OS/2 2.0 new design, optimized Presentation Manager, protected memory area, up to 240 simultaneous DOS Sessions possible, 32-bit, high compatibility to OS/2 1.x applications, DOS 2.x - 5.x, Windows 2.x - 3.x, "Cut and Paste", new Workplace Shell (WPS), supports LAN Server 2.0, extended Services 2.0
  • 1994 Jan. - OS/2 2.1 Graphic subsystem optimized, dual DOS-sessions, APM and PCMCIA support
  • 1994 Oct. - OS/2 Warp 3.0 networkable, P2P
  • 1996 - OS/2 Warp Server Combination of Warp 3.0 aIBM's LAN Server 4.0, server services, remote login
  • 1996 Oct. - OS/2 Warp 4.0 (merlin) Integration of the pentium III instructions, improved Plug and Play and multimedia, includes Java and VoiceType technology, universally network client
  • 1999 - OS/2 Warp 4.5, bootable cd-rom, new 32-bit TCP/IP stack, JFS 2000 - Version 4.51 version which is completely improved and revised of version 4, "Convenience Pak 1"
  • 2002 - Version 4.52, "Convenience Pak 2", new functions and bug fixes
  • 1999 - Warp Server 4.5 (Aurora) for e-Business, Netfinity Manager, Java 1.1.6 JDK, new 32-bit kernel, SMP for up to 64 CPUs, JFS (64 bit Journaling File System), optimized TCP/IP protocol
More information can be found at OperatingSystem.org
Date of Release:
1995
Donor:

Version 3 CD-ROM 07H9910

   
Location:
Hursley Archive - HLG10 Cupboard / Rack: SW01 Shelf: 3