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Windows 3.11 (aka Windows for Workgroups aka WFW) finally reaches it's end...
I had to laugh in utter amazement when I read that Windows 3.11 is finally reaching it's end! Going back to the dawn of Windows, those of us around then can remember what a great thing "Windows For Workgroups" was.. wow, we could easily network our Windows computers!!

Man, we have come SO far from those days!

Amazing on one level that WFW was still kicking around in embedded systems... but on the other hand I suppose it's not surprising in that if you have something that works well you may as well stick with it.

Fun news, in any event...

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From: bert99 Date: July 25th, 2008 10:01 am (UTC) (Permanent Link)

Re : Windows 3.11 (aka Windows for Workgroups aka WFW) finally reaches it's end...

Windows 3.11 coming to an end is committed. The latest version, Windows Vista is already into existence. When compared to Windows 3.11, Windows Vista is more efficient.
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