Platforms COMPUTEREASE Supports

[CE logo] Computer Ease has always tried to position itself so to not be biased against any particular hardware and software. In fact, when starting, the mission was support every possible microcomputer platform and product. In 1985, that was somewhat ambitious; today, unrealistic.

We certainly support a variety of computers, software applications, operating systems. If you are interested in something that is not listed, you can just virtually ask Blake.

[*] Windows 95

We will fully support the newest iteration of the Microsoft operating system. We are presently developing courseware for release in Q1 '96.

[*] Windows 3.1x

We fully support Windows 3.0, 3.1, 3.11, and Windows for Workgroups with experience ranging as far back as 1987 when the Windows/286 and Windows/386 versions were released. We have a variery of utility files you may be interested in.

[*] DOS 5.x and 6.x

All that DOS experience (since 1983, yes, DOS 2.0) is coming in handy what with the internet and UNIX. We know DOS like the back of our hands. Big deal, I suppose; but DOS ain't dead just yet! We have a variery of utility files you may be interested in.

[*] Macintosh 6.x and 7.x

Since his first day-to-day exposure to the Apple Macintosh in 1987, Blake has sought to fully support this environment. If we had our way, we would hide all PCs and Windows software and force people to use The Clearly Superior Operating System. We have a variery of utility files you may be interested in.

[*] PSION Series 3 and 3a

Arguably the best "palmtop" computer on the planet is the PSION [PSION] from the UK. We have been thoroughly using these powerful electronic organizers since 1993. Please see the Computer Ease PSION Web page for our newsletters, utility files, and list of other PSION Web sites.

[*] Other PDAs

Before discovering the PSION organizer, we used Sharp Electronic Organizers heavily. Also have some Casio BOSS experience. We also have limited experience with the Apple Newton. We will be watching Personal Digital Assistant technology closely particularly the actions of the competing General Magic company.

[*] Mainframe OSs

We are developing a deeper knowledge of the UNIX o/s. With exposure to the internet, years of DOS experience, and some support of Lotus 1-2-3 Release 1.2 for UNIX, we have a smattering of knowledge. Makes us sound like we know what we're talkin' about. In our sorted past, we supported Lotus 1-2-3 Release 3.x for VAX/VMS. Minimal exposure to VM/CMS, as well.

[*] Local Area Networks

At various times, we have had to support end-users on Novell networked environment so we have a lot "in-the-trench" experience. Blake was fully responsible for small network so has practical experience with cabling, workstation configurations, server set-up. Limited exposure to Banyan networking on DOS using Windows, Microsoft Office, Lotus Notes, cc:Mail, and 1-2-3.

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