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SIPC

(Simply Interactive PC) An earlier umbrella term from Microsoft and Intel for a PC that worked like a home appliance. For example, it had a sealed case, used external connectors for expansion and booted in just a couple of seconds.
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element of the Microsoft OnNow and Simply Interactive PC (SIPC)
chairman and chief executive Bill Gates unveiled the Simply Interactive PC (SIPC) hardware technologies for Windows operating system-based PCs.
Robust DirectDraw support allow OEMs to take advantage of these features efficiently to deliver rich Windows 95 multimedia solutions supporting Microsoft's Simply Interactive PC (SIPC) initiative.
Building on the Simply Interactive PC (SIPC) initiatives announced in April 1996, these technologies consist of broadcast components that allow PCs to receive television programming, data services and new forms of entertainment blending the two, plus user interface elements appropriate for use on large-screen display devices, such as a large VGA monitor or television.
The card is the first in a series of AITech products that will make possible the affordable devices such as the much touted $500 Network Computer (NC) and the Simply Interactive PC (SIPC) recently outlined by Microsoft.
Unified Driver Architecture and Interfaces for Windows 95 and Windows NT, Component of Simply Interactive PC Framework Unveiled at WinHEC 96
Device Bay enables easy extensibility for every user, delivering on the vision of the Simply Interactive PC and our efforts to address total cost of ownership via Zero Administration Windows," said Moshe Dunie, Vice President of Windows Operating Systems Division at Microsoft.
Dolby Supports Microsoft's Simply Interactive PC Vision as a Home