035. Windows 95, August or Bust [Ch. VI]
Overall performance is sluggish, tasks throughout suite applications are more complex to perform than in previous versions. —PC Week, Aug 21, 1995
1994 to 1995: Sharing code and processes to build Office pays off and the concept of the suite takes hold in the market. The Windows schedule becomes a death march to finish what is hoped to be a revolutionary new operating system. Netscape IPOs in the summer of 1995, weeks before the public availability of Windows 95.
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