Windows for Workgroups

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Windows for Workgroups

(operating system)
(WFW, WFWG) A version of Windows 3.1 which works with a network. Although stand-alone 3.1 can be networked, the installation and configuration is much improved with Windows for Workgroups (3.1). Windows for Workgroups 3.11 was a significant upgrade to WFW 3.1, adding 32-bit file access, fax capability and higher performance.

Windows for Workgroups

A version of Windows 3.1 introduced in 1992 that added peer-to-peer networking. See Windows.
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