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Welcome to Warp!

This is Warp’s Workplace Shell®. It’s an easier place to work.

Where else can you run DOS, Windows™ and OS/2® applications at the same time, on the same screen – without letting the hourglass slow you down?

Where else can you run those applications simultaneously in just 4MB of memory, in a desktop, laptop or notebook PC?

And what else comes with a rich BonusPak of built-in applications including word processing, spreadsheet, games, faxing, multimedia and the Internet?

It’s OS/2 Warp. It’s here now, and it’s totally cool.

Select the “Easy install” option and Warp automatically surveys the components of your system, making installation a snap.

And your existing Windows files remain ready-to-launch.

Once you try Warp’s Workplace Shell®, you won’t want to work or play anywhere else.

Customize it just the way you like.

With Warp’s on-line tutorial, you’ll learn how to take advantage of Warp’s features in minutes.

The “Windows” button helps Windows users by displaying the Windows equivalent of any step.

The “Practice” button lets you practice what you’ve learned.

And the “Do It” button lets you apply what you’ve learned in your actual work.

Now watch how intuitively Warp’s Workplace Shell works.

Folders actually “pop” open.

You can put a folder within a folder, and give it a conversational name like “My Sales Report”.

You can also store different types of documents within the same folder.

At last, all parts of your Sales Report are together. You don’t have to hunt through different subdirectories. Warp is a more natural way to work.

The new Warp toolbar helps you take off fast. It gives you one click access to your favorite applications, files and commands.

Want to customize the Warp toolbar? Just drag an icon over...

...and drop. It’s as easy as that.

Where would you like to go next? How about anywhere in the world?

Page added on 30th August 2004.

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