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Windows workstation

(1) Any PC running Windows. See workstation.

(2) Using a Windows server as a client PC. The server versions of Windows are occasionally used as desktop computers to take advantage of the additional robustness and features built into server products. See Windows server.
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Computer software and services provider SOFTWIN has launched its BitDefender AntiSpam 7 product for use on Windows workstations.
Five employees did not know who had responsibility for maintaining Windows workstations and servers; four employees kept their system administrator rights even after they changed positions and no longer required this level of access.
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New enhancements to DeployCenter give IT administrators greater flexibility and control in deploying and upgrading Windows workstations and virtually eliminate the need to physically visit the PC.
VMware's initial product enabled Windows workstations to be configured as virtual machines.
The publishing engines that create documents on MVS can utilise the same document management system that hosts Windows workstations
Suitable for all types and sizes of libraries, the T Series may be implemented in a wide variety of operating system and network configurations ranging from MS-DOS or Windows workstations to multi-user LANs such as Novell Netware or Windows NT.
We have seen a significant migration from Windows workstations to Linux workstations in semiconductor design and other high-tech fields.