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In a look at the burgeoning personal computer market, Worth touted such now-proven companies as Apple, Microsoft, Novell and Lotus—but

In a look at the burgeoning personal computer market, Worth touted such now-proven companies as Apple, Microsoft, Novell and Lotus—but also had praise for DOS-centric software Quarterdeck, which was sold in a fire sale in 1998 after numerous leadership changes, and a startup called Slate (no relation to the online magazine) that was pushing the stylus as the future of computing.

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