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Informatics A series of software operating systems and graphical user interfaces produced by Microsoft since 1985
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0 now features the Windows 95 interface, combining the ease of use of Windows 95 with the reliability and security of Windows NT.
Higher Performance - a 32-bit application with a new Windows 95 interface, WinLAND's updated database merge agents and multi-site merge capabilities significantly increase WinLAND's performance and scalability in large environments
The new system exploits the look-and-feel characteristics of the Windows 95 interface, introduces new options for communications and messaging including built-in access to the Internet, and delivers optimum performance for EDI translation and management.
ARCsolo 95 includes: - All-new 32-bit technology - ARCsolo 95 was built from the ground up for Windows 95, so users will benefit from 32-bit performance and an extremely easy-to-use Windows 95 interface.