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InfoWorld: Corel Linux desktop OS will run Windows appsJan 07, 2000, 22:15 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Margret Johnston)
"Corel on Thursday announced plans to integrate GraphOn connectivity software into its desktop version of the Linux operating system, thus enabling users to run Windows applications."
"Corel signed a deal with GraphOn to use GraphOn's Bridges software in its version of Linux, which was introduced in November. The version of Corel Linux operating system containing Linux client and Windows NT server licenses for GraphOn Bridges is scheduled to ship in mid-2000, says Derek Burney, Corel's executive vice president of engineering."
"With the Corel Linux desktop operating system, users will be able to remotely access, by dialing-up to a server or connecting to the Internet, Microsoft Windows applications, Corel Windows applications, and most other Windows applications residing on a Windows NT server, without having to license any additional software."
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