Half an operating system: The triumph and tragedy of OS/2 | Ars Technica


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Enlarge / The final release of OS/2, version 4.0. Even colored tabs and wavy logos weren't enough to save it. os2museum.com The long twilight struggle IBM would…
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Enlarge / The final release of OS/2, version 4.0. Even colored tabs and wavy logos weren't enough to save it. os2museum.com The long twilight struggle IBM would…
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Enlarge / The final release of OS/2, version 4.0. Even colored tabs and wavy logos weren't enough to save it. os2museum.com The long twilight struggle IBM would…
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Half an operating system: The triumph and tragedy of OS/2 | Ars Technica
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From the archives: IBM doesn't make consumer desktop OSes anymore for a reason.
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Update: It's the day after Thanksgiving in the US, meaning most Ars staffers are on the lookout for deals rather than potential stories.
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