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Chapter 37. Connecting Windows 95 to a N... > Introducing the Windows 95 Client fo...

Introducing the Windows 95 Client for NetWare Networks

The arrival of Windows 95 supplied NetWare users with a new client that was immediately heralded as state-of-the-art. With its full 32-bit protected-mode architecture, the Microsoft Client for NetWare Networks uses no conventional memory. Gone are the memory management considerations that have for years plagued the use of DOS terminate-and-stay-resident (TSR) drivers for networking, and in their place are increased performance, simplified configuration, and easy installation.


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