operating system integrity (coming from Nuke Redmond)

From: THETechnoid_at_home.com <(THETechnoid_at_home.com)>
Date: Wed Jan 17 15:54:46 2001

In <8763AE987517D2118C0500A0C9AB234C509D72_at_TEGNTSERVER>, on 01/17/01
   at 04:54 PM, Douglas Quebbeman <dhquebbeman_at_theestopinalgroup.com>

Yea! Object Desktop is GOD'S OWN TOY. I love it! They ported it to
Windos, but it caused lots of stability problems. The OS/2 version runs
beautifully and I've been addicted to it for years.

My favorite component is the virtual desktop feature. I couldn't live
without it.

The Windows version is a program. The OS/2 version is not. It is a
collection of Workplace Shell objects simply taking advantage of the OS/2
Gui's object inheritance and polymorphism. Pretty darn impressive.



>That sounds like Stardock's Object Desktop for OS/2... I believe they
>brought this product up to version 3/Warp revision level, but just
>recently dropped support for the product.


Jeffrey S. Worley
Complete Computer Services, Inc.
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Asheville, NC 28803
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Received on Wed Jan 17 2001 - 15:54:46 GMT

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