Workplace Shell


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Workplace Shell

The user interface in OS/2 introduced with Version 2.0. The Workplace Shell was extensible and application developers used Workplace Shell library functions when developing programs.
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The author generalizes graphical interfaces to most platforms, including Microsoft Windows, OS/2 Presentation Manager and Workplace Shell, Apple Macintosh, Sun Open Look, NEXT Nextstep, and the popular X/windows (used, for example, by Digital Equipment Corporation and Hewlett-Packard).
A split Program/File Manager and Workplace Shell Features make it easier for users to flip through any section they want.
Called the Workplace Shell, the user environment is object driven.

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