20 Results for

3.x

Article

Don't double dip when you can triple dip

The Crock-Pot SCRTD305-BS 3 X 1-Quart Triple Dipper Food Warmer features three times the serving size. Each crock is independently controlled, allowing for multiple serving options.

By September 8, 2011

Article

Microsoft stops selling Windows 3.x

Microsoft on November 1 stopped licensing Windows 3.x.

By November 7, 2008

Article

Microsoft discontinues Windows 3.x licensing...watch out Vista

Just when you thought paintbrush would live forever, Microsoft is pulling the plug on Windows 3.x

By November 5, 2008

Article

Alsoft to fix reporting problem in upcoming DiskWarrior 3.x release

Alsoft to fix reporting problem in upcoming DiskWarrior 3.x release

By October 21, 2003

Article

NikonScan 3.x will not launch from non-admin account

NikonScan 3.x will not launch from non-admin account

By January 24, 2003

Article

Macromedia releases e-learning product

Macromedia has released the eLearning Studio, a combination of its Authorware 6 software for designing educational applications, its Flash 5 animation software, and its Dreamweaver 4 Web authoring tool. Available online and through resellers, the eLearning Studio costs $2,999; upgrades from Authorware 5.x cost $899, and upgrades from Authorware 3.x and 4.x cost $1,099. The standalone Authorware 6 software costs $2,699; upgrades cost $499 from Authorware 5.x and $699 from Authorware 3.x and 4.x. eLearning Studio, announced last month, adheres to educational software standards set by the Advanced Distributed Learning Network, the Aviation Industry CBT (Computer-Based Training) Committee, Instructional Management Systems and the World Wide Web Consortium. The newly upgraded Authorware 6 adds "one button" Web and CD-ROM publishing, drag-and-drop synchronization of various media types, and support for streaming MP3 audio.

By September 18, 2001

Article

Macromedia builds e-learning product

Macromedia has combined its Authorware 6 tool for online educational applications with its Flash 5 animation software and Dreamweaver 4 Web authoring tool to create the eLearning Studio. The new product follows educational software standards set by the Advanced Distributed Learning Network, the Aviation Industry CBT (Computer-Based Training) Committee, Instructional Management Systems, and the World Wide Web Consortium. The newly upgraded Authorware 6 adds "one button" Web and CD-ROM publishing, drag-and-drop synchronization of various media types, and support for streaming MP3 audio. The eLearning Studio costs $2,999 for new customers, $899 for those who already use Authorware 5.x, or $1,099 for those with Authorware 3.x and 4.x. The standalone Authorware 6 costs $2,699 for new customers, $499 for those with Authorware 5.x, or $699 for those with Authorware 3.x and 4.x. Both products are scheduled to ship next month.

By August 15, 2001

Article

Short Take: Novell releases NetWare tool

Novell released a new software tool to ease the upgrade process for its NetWare operating system. The free utility, called the Novell Upgrade Wizard, eases the upgrade process from the company's large installed base of NetWare 3.x customers to the latest release. The software can be downloaded from the company's Web site.

February 12, 1998

Article

Short Take: New version of Artisoft OS incorporates NT, LANtastic

Artisoft released a new version of its peer-to-peer operating system that now allows the incorporation of Microsoft's Windows NT Workstation and server into a network that uses LANtastic, the company's own software. The move allows NT to be integrated into networks with PCs running Windows 95, 3.x, and DOS. LANtastic for Windows NT is available now with prices starting at $99.

January 5, 1998

Article

AOL 3.x problems with Mac OS 8? No.

AOL 3.x problems with Mac OS 8? No.

By August 11, 1997