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NUMBER 294-667
DATE 941011
CATEGORY WS00, WS20
TYPE Programming
TITLE IBM OS/2 WARP VERSION 3 OS/2 WARP VERSION 3 WITH WINOS2
ABSTRACT As new entry members of the OS/2 (R) Family, OS/2 WARP VERSION
3 and OS/2 WARP VERSION 3 WITH WINOS2 are designed for home, home
office, and mobile environments. OS/2 Warp is easier to use and
install and has low system requirements. A BONUSPAK FOR OS/2 brings
you top quality, ready-to-use application software.
OS/2 Warp Version 3 continues the OS/2 tradition of providing
32-bit OS/2, DOS, and Windows software support so that you can take
full advantage of the power of your personal computer and preserve
your investment in application programs. OS/2 Warp, the eighth
release of this popular, award winning operating system, is a stable,
mature platform positioned by IBM to set the standard for ease-of-use
and productivity in the personal computer industry worldwide. The
two Warp offerings replace OS/2 for Windows and OS/2 2.1.
OS/2 WARP VERSION 3 is designed to install over Windows+ 3.1,
and updates, Windows for Workgroups 3.1, or Windows for Workgroups
3.11, and work with the Windows code enabling the system to run
Windows applications simultaneously and seamlessly with OS/2 and DOS
applications on the same desktop. If Windows is not previously
installed, OS/2 Warp will execute OS/2 and DOS programs. OS/2 WARP
VERSION 3 WITH WINOS2 contains all of the support necessary to run
OS/2, DOS, and Windows without Windows previously installed. Windows
for Workgroups networking function is not supported in either version
of OS/2 Warp.
The BONUSPAK FOR OS/2 is contained both editions of OS/2 Warp
and is shipped with the following productivity application and online
connection software:
o IBM Works with spreadsheet, word processing, database, report
writer, charting, PIM and fax
o HyperACCESS Lite for OS/2
o IBM Internet Access with IBM Internet services, Gopher,
NewsReader, UltiMail'Lite' E-Mail, simplified file transfer and
remote login and SLIP dial-up connection software
o OS/2 based CompuServe access software
o IBM Person to Person (TM) for OS/2
o IBM Video IN for OS/2
o Multimedia Viewer for video and sound playing of Internet files
o System Information Utility to detect and display hardware
installed on your personal computer to simplify system
configuration
o BonusPak Installation Utility
PURCHASE
DESCRIPTION PLANNED AVAILABILITY PRICE
OS/2 Warp Version 3 October 28, 1994 $129
OS/2 Warp Version 3
with WinOS2 First quarter 1995 199
(R) Registered trademark of International Business Machines
Corporation
+ Trademark of Microsoft Corporation
(TM) Trademark of International Business Machines Corporation
IN BRIEF . . .
IBM OS/2 WARP VERSION 3
o Performs faster
o Installs easier
o Streamlined graphics and a snappier user interface in a lower
memory footprint
o Continues to use DOS and Windows applications and opens a whole
new world of 32-bit OS/2 software programs
o Easier to use with an improved Workplace Shell (R) and PCMCIA
support
o Builds on the proven, stable, reliable OS/2 2.X code base to
create a finely honed, highly finished package for:
- Home
- Small offices
- Mobile users
o Includes a BonusPak for OS/2 with valuable, ready-to-use software
for...
- Direct Internet access
- Word processing
- Spread sheets
- Charting
- Report writing
- Personal organization
- Fax
- Communications
- Access to CompuServe
...and much more.
PRODNO 83G8100
83G8102
83G8103
83G8111
83G8108
83G8700
83G8701
83G8702
83G8703
83G8708
83G8709
83G8710
83G8711
83G8712
OVERVIEW OS/2 WARP VERSION 3 (OS/2 WARP)
OS/2 Warp Version 3 is the follow-on release to OS/2 Version 2.1 and
OS/2 for Windows. It represents IBM's continuing effort to enhance
this award winning operating system to appeal to a much broader
segment of the personal computer environment. OS/2 Warp Version 3
has simplified installation, enhanced usability, a refined user
interface, improved "fit and finish" and is performance tuned to run
on entry memory systems. In addition, new hardware support is
included for mobile computers, CD-ROM drives, SCSI adapters,
printers, audio devices and video accelerators. A BonusPak for
OS/2 with a set of productivity applications and online connection
software is included with OS/2 Warp Version 3 so you can use your
system immediately after installation. All of these features make

OS/2 Warp Version 3 ideally suited to home, home office and mobile
users, while maintaining value to corporate customers.
OS/2 Warp Version 3 is released in two editions:
o OS/2 Warp Version 3
o OS/2 Warp Version 3 with WinOS2
OS/2 Warp Version 3 is the replacement for OS/2 for Windows.
OS/2 Warp Version 3 with WinOS2 is the replacement for
OS/2 Version 2.1. OS/2 Warp Version 3 when installed over an
existing Windows 3.1 or it's updates, Windows for Workgroups 3.1 or
Windows for Workgroups 3.11 will work with the Windows code enabling
the system to run OS/2, DOS and Windows application programs
simultaneously and seamlessly on the same display. OS/2 Warp
Version 3 when installed on a system without Windows will run
OS/2 and DOS programs. OS/2 Warp Version 3 with WinOS2 ships with
all the support necessary to run OS/2, DOS and Windows programs
without Windows previously installed. Windows for Workgroups 3.1 and
Windows for Workgroups 3.11 networking function is not supported.
USABILITY ENHANCEMENTS
The new LAUNCHPAD is a customizable tool bar on the desktop that
allows access to any object on the system with a single mouse click.
The LaunchPad can be in either vertical or horizontal orientation or
be set to float to the top of the desktop. The LaunchPad is added
automatically on install and can use either regular sized icons or
the new mini color icons. The user can add their most frequently
used objects to the LaunchPad, including folders, printers, or any
object on the system and access them or switch between open objects
with a single mouse click.
A tutorial takes the user through an introduction to OS/2 Warp
Version 3 and how to work with objects. It shows how to move, copy,
create shadows and how to work with printers. It also explains how
to set up OS/2, DOS and Windows applications. Each subject covered
in the tutorial has three levels of tips, one for the DOS user, one
for Windows users and one for the expert OS/2 user. The tutorial is
in graphic design and has a very useful index and graphical help
facility.
The WorkPlace shell is enhanced with a new look. All of the
icons are redesigned in three dimensional color. Many of the icons
are animated, for instance an icon of a folder changes to an open
folder when opened and back to a closed folder when closed. The
default color palette is 16 solid colors, with a 256 color palette
available for systems with SVGA capability.
INSTALLATION ENHANCEMENTS
OS/2 Warp Version 3 simplifies installation for most users. A new
Easy-Install will install OS/2 Warp Version 3 in a configuration
suitable for most personal computers without asking the user
additional questions. An advanced install option helps experienced
users customize their systems. When installed over an existing DOS
system, Dual Boot is automatically installed without requiring the
user to modify the DOS config.sys file and re-boot. The appropriate
command lines are added automatically without a caution message.
Installation time is reduced significantly for diskette and CD-ROM
media. The number of OS/2 diskettes are reduced through
state-of-the-art compression and extended Density Format technology
(XDF). XDF allows 1.86MB to be put on media that previously
contained 1.44MB to reduce the number of diskettes to be loaded.
OS/2 Warp Version 3 provides remote, unattended installation,
configuration, and distribution (CID). Multimedia is CID enabled but
requires an "MINSTALL" to activate it. The accompanying BonusPak for
OS/2 is not CID enabled.
Multimedia is integrated into OS/2 Warp Version 3 and installs
automatically when the appropriate system hardware is detected,
eliminating a separate installation process. The enhanced hardware
detection also simplifies installation of many system device drivers
for displays, hard disks, SCSI devices, CD-ROM drives and PCMCIA
cards. Multiple printers can be installed during the initial
installation significantly simplifying the process for those
customers with multiple printers. DOS application program migration
into OS/2 is expanded by the addition of more than 300 popular DOS
applications to the migration data base. This allows OS/2 V3 to
automatically configure their DOS settings to be tuned for optimum
performance running simultaneously and seamlessly with other
applications. The numeric error codes previously displayed when
OS/2 install encountered a problem are replaced in most cases by an
informational message to direct the user to the cause of the problem.
PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENTS
OS/2 Version 3 is extensively reprogrammed and tuned to operate more
responsively in any system memory configuration but particularly on
4MB entry level personal computers. PM-WIN, the desktop window
management system, is now available in 32-bit code to make front of
screen response significantly better. The Workplace Shell is
enhanced to open objects faster, populate folders faster and load
applications faster. The system is page tuned to ensure that the
most frequently used pages are in memory when needed, reducing the
amount of swapping to the hard disk. There is an option in the
WinOS2 setup folder called Fast Load that basically preloads and
starts a Windows virtual machine so that Windows application programs
load very quickly.
ENHANCED SUPPORT FOR DISPLAYS
The OS/2 V3 package now includes 32-bit device drivers supporting the
graphics accelerator chips found on leading personal systems and
graphics adapters, such as Actix, Boca Research, Diamond, Number
Nine, Orchid, and others.
IBM has added new device drivers for these chip sets, in
addition to the IBM XGA (R), XGA-2, IBM 8514, and S3 86C801/805/928
chips, already supported in OS/2 2.1x.
o Cirrus Logic CL-GD5426, -5428, -5430, -5434
o S3 86C864, 86C964
o Western Digital WD90C24, WD90C26, WD90C27, WD90C31, WD90C33,
WD90C34
o ATI Mach 32, Mach 64
o Tseng ET4000/32, W32i, W32p
o Weitek Power9000, Power9100
These graphics display drivers provide users with accelerated
graphics and advanced color resolutions when operated in Presentation
Manager (R) and WinOS2 seamless and full-screen sessions.
ENHANCED SUPPORT FOR CD-ROM DRIVES AND ADAPTERS:
OS/2 Warp Version 3 now contains support for leading CD-ROM drives,
including proprietary, SCSI-based, and the new ATAPI-compliant CD-ROM
drives. (AT (R) Packet Interface Version 2.1 is the industry
initiative to standardize CD-ROM attachment to IDE controllers).
The new device drivers included in the OS/2 V3 package include
support for Chinon, IBM, Mitsumi, NEC, Panasonic, Philips (LMS),
Sony, Texel, Toshiba, and others.
MOBILE COMPUTER SUPPORT ENHANCEMENTS
OS/2 Warp Version 3 has many new features designed to support new
state-of-the-art hardware. PlayAtWill provides plug and play
capability for PCMCIA devices such as fax modem cards, ATA hard
drives, flash memory adapters and token-ring or other network
adapters. This support allows hot plugging; the cards can be
installed or changed while running and the system will recognize,
configure and initialize the card so that it is operational without
reconfiguring and rebooting the system. You can install or change
PCMCIA cards on the fly for maximum system flexibility. OS/2 Warp
Version 3 also features comet cursor, the ability to adjust the
cursor for maximum visibility on mobile displays. The cursor can be
made bigger or smaller or color reversed for use with monochrome
displays.
BONUSPAK FOR OS/2
OS/2 Warp Version 3 is shipped with an accompanying BonusPak for
OS/2 containing a set of productivity and online connection software.
This value-packed suite of application programs provides everything
you need to use your personal computer immediately. The BonusPak
includes the following software programs:
o IBM WORKS is a collection of productivity tools and application
programs designed to meet the needs of a wide variety of users.
This collection will benefit users in corporate environments,
small business, home business and for personal use at home. IBM
Works includes:
- Word Processor: A full-function word processor that includes
advanced features such as tables, merge printing, graphics
objects, in addition to function found in full function word
processors.
- Spreadsheet: A full-function spreadsheet that includes a
variety of features designed to meet the needs of many
applications. Combine the spreadsheet capability with the
chart application and you can produce a compound document
with text, numbers and charts on a single page.
- Chart: A versatile charting application that can produce a
variety of chart types and allows enhancement with text and
drawing tools. Charts can be printed on their own or
combined into other IBM Works documents.
- Database: A powerful, easy-to-use database application
program that can organize both text and graphical
information, and import and export files in a variety of
formats. The database application works with the IBM Works
Report Writer to produce customized reports.
- Report Writer: Produces customized reports from any IBM
Works database or dBase compatible database.
- IBM Works Personal Information Manager (PIM): A collection
of productivity applications to help you manage your daily
activities. Features include an appointment book, monthly
planner, calendar, to-do list, phone book, contact list,
notepad and much more.
- FaxWorks for OS/2: A 32-bit fax software program sends and
receives faxes of unlimited length and prints faxes on any
OS/2 printer. Features include drag-drop fax viewing and
printing, normal and fine resolution, portrait or landscape
orientation and variable page length.
- HyperACCESS Lite for OS/2: A 32-bit, easy-to-use,
easy-to-setup, object-oriented modem communication program.
o IBM INTERNET CONNECTION FOR OS/2 a complete Internet software
package that gives you access to the vast resources of the
Internet. This Internet application takes the complexity out of
the command-line-based Internet applications of today and provide
the user with a "one button" install and one button registration
and hookup to the Internet. When used with the Advantis default
service provider software, the Internet becomes easily accessible
and fun to explore. The IBM Internet Connection for OS/2
consists of the following:
- UltiMail Lite: An easy-to-use interface for creating,
sending, receiving and storing electronic mail. It is a
simplified version of the standards-based, client/server
version of Ultimail for OS/2. Because it supports the SMTP
and MIME standards for mail, images and binary attachments
(such as programs and files) can be included as part of a
mail item.
- Gopher Client: A graphical, user friendly interface to the
Internet enabling the user to locate and display or transfer
information to or from the Internet. The Internet consists
of more than 30 million computers; Gopher helps you navigate
comfortably and confidently among these systems.
- TelnetPM: Allows the user to login to other computers on the
Internet. Programs and information located on other
computers can be accessed as though they were on your own
computer. Supports VT100 and VT220 emulation.
- PMANT: An OS/2 Presentation Manager application that allows
access to information and programs located on Internet hosts
that support 3270 sessions such as VM or MVS, using TN3270
emulation.
- FTPPM: An OS/2 Presentation Manager application that allows
you to easily share, store and distribute data between your
computer and other computers on the Internet. If you are
authorized access to a given computer, you can manipulate
files on that computer as if it were your own.
o WEBEXPLORER BETA: The IBM WebExplorer beta software is available
electronically via the IBM Internet Connection for OS/2. This is
prerelease software that users can easily download and use by
simply clicking on an icon on the Gopher Server or IBM Home Page.
With WebExplorer, users can access the World Wide Web (WWW)
through a graphical user interface. The WWW links resources
together in an easy-to-use fashion. For example, a user can get
a map of a country, click on a city to retrieve local
information, see photographs, and read about current
demographics. With WebExplorer, users traverse the Internet by
moving from one document to another via links or hyperlinks, and
can save and annotate documents. The general availability level
of the WebExplorer is planned to be available electronically in
December 1994.
o COMPUSERVE INFORMATION MANAGER FOR OS/2: Developed by CompuServe
for OS/2 Version 3, this program helps you get the most from your
CompuServe membership. An object-oriented user interface allows
you to access, sort and utilize the online information and
services quickly and easily. There is a simple sign-up icon, if
you are not currently registered with CompuServe but would like
to try the service.
o IBM PERSON TO PERSON FOR OS/2: Allows people to work together
without actually being together, with their personal computer and
a data link. This link can be established over modems, LANs,
ISDN or the Internet. Data to be worked on is placed into the
shared clipboard and can be modified in real time. All parties
see the same data at the same time. Other functions allow
sending data and the ability to carry on a keyboard dialog.
o MULTIMEDIA VIEWER: An object-oriented tool that enables users to
organize, manage and play multimedia image, audio and video
files. Miniature picture views (thumbnails) of files make it
easy to identify, organize and select multimedia data. Media
browsers will display or play a file by double-clicking on the
thumbnail frame.
o VIDEO IN FOR OS/2: Enables users to capture digital video and
compress the data into files on their hardfile. Both IBM
Ultimotion (TM) and Indeo AVI format are supported. The stored
video files can then be played back on and OS/2 V3 system.
THE IBM DEVELOPER'S TOOLKIT FOR OS/2 WARP VERSION 3
The IBM Developer's Toolkit for OS/2 Warp Version 3 will be made
available on CD-ROM as part of The Developer's Connection for OS/2.
Prior to this release, IBM Developer's Toolkit was available as a
separate product. The IBM Developer's Toolkit for OS/2 Warp
Version 3 is positioned to assist developers of OS/2 specific
applications. The Multimedia Presentation Manager Toolkit/2 product
is integrated into this version of the IBM Developer's Toolkit.
The Developer's Toolkit for OS/2 Warp Version 3 includes:
o Tools for building programs (including tools for System Object
Model (SOM) programming)
o Headers and import libraries for defining and resolving OS/2
application program interface (API) calls

o API reference information
o Online documentation
o Sample programs to demonstrate the coding of APIs
o Application debugging aids
The IBM Developer's Toolkit for OS/2 Warp Version 3 supports
software development for OS/2 Warp Version 3. This version of the
Toolkit also supports application development on previous versions of
OS/2. Some function in applications built with this version of the
Toolkit is restricted for these applications running on previous
versions of the operating system.
Development with this Toolkit can be done on the following
OS/2 base products:
o OS/2 2.1
o OS/2 Version 2.11
o OS/2 for Windows Version 2.11
o OS/2 for SMP Version 2.11
o OS/2 Warp Version 3
Toolkit ordering information:
The IBM Developer's Toolkit for OS/2 Warp can be ordered by
calling 800-6DEVCON (633-8266) (as a CD-ROM product). The upgrade to
IBM Developer's Toolkit for OS/2 Warp Version 3 is available on
3.5-inch diskettes to existing toolkit owners by calling the same
number. The OS/2 Warp Developer's Toolkit Technical Library can be
ordered by calling 800-426-7282. Technical support for the toolkit
is available by calling 800-992-4777.
PRODUCT POSITIONING
OS/2 WARP VERSION 3 and OS/2 WARP WITH WINOS2 are the entry
members of the OS/2 family. They are targeted at the home, small
office and mobile user with enhanced usability, improved performance,
broad application compatibility and include a value packed
application BonusPak for OS/2 all at a very attractive entry level
price.
OS/2 VERSION 3 LAN CLIENT is the mid-range member of the OS/2
family. It is targeted at the commercial and enterprise customer
with LAN Server Requester, NetWare** Requester, LAN Distance (TM)
Remote, SPM/2 and many other features designed for the connected
business environment.
OS/2 FOR SYMMETRICAL MULTIPROCESSING is the high-end member of
the OS/2 family. This edition of OS/2 is designed for the most
powerful Intel systems available today that contain from two to 16
Intel, or compatibles, 486 or 586 processor chips. It is priced
based on the number of processors chips supported and includes full
OS/2 function tuned to make the most of these powerful systems.
CUSTINFO PUBLICATIONS
PRODUCT SHIPMENT GROUP PUBLICATIONS
o Users Guide to OS/2
o License Information Booklet
o Registration Card
o Service and Support Card
o BonusPak Users Guide
NOTE: For PCMs, a separate set of manufacturing guidelines will be
provided.
TECHINFO TECHNICAL INFORMATION
SPECIFIED OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS: The minimum hardware configuration for
OS/2 Warp Version 3 is as follows:
o Intel 386 SX-compatible, or higher, personal computer
o 4MB system memory and a hard disk with 35MB to 55MB free space
available to the operating system depending upon installation
options selected.
- Up to 30MB additional hard disk space may be required for the
BonusPak applications depending upon user installation
selections.
- IBM recommends 6MB or greater system memory and a 120MB or
greater hard disk for many application scenarios.
o VGA video support
o Multimedia-ready systems for sound
o IBM-compatible mouse
In addition OS/2 Warp supports a broad range of hard disks,
diskette drives, adapter and display combinations, pointing devices,
printers, CD-ROM drives, optical drives and portable computers.
SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS: Windows Version 3.1, or later, or Windows for
Workgroups 3.1 or 3.11 must be previously installed on the system in
order for Windows applications to run under OS/2 Warp Version 3.
OS/2 Warp with WinOS2 supplies all of the support necessary to run
OS/2, DOS, and Windows application programs without Windows or
Windows for Workgroups installed.
COMPATIBILITY: The IBM Internet Connection Version 3.0 for OS/2,
included in the BonusPak shipped with OS/2 Warp, will not coexist
with any LAN-based TCP/IP product, including the IBM TCP/IP
Version 2.0 for OS/2 Base Kit.
LIMITATIONS: Windows for Workgroups 3.1 and Windows for Workgroups
3.11 networking function is not supported under either edition of
OS/2 Warp Version 3.
OS/2 Warp Version 3 supports only the following national
language versions of Windows 3.1:
o Brazilian Portuguese
o Canadian French
o Danish
o Dutch
o English
- United Kingdom
- United States
- Universal
o Finnish
o French
o German
o Italian
o Norwegian
o Portuguese
o Spanish
o Swedish
PLANNING INFORMATION
PACKAGING: The OS/2 Warp Version 3 product package contains:
o OS/2 Warp License information booklet
o Program License Agreement
o Diskettes or CD-ROM containing the OS/2 Warp machine-readable
information, device drivers and fonts.
- 83G8100 contains 1.86MB 3.5-inch diskettes
- 83G8102 contains 1.44MB 3.5-inch installation diskettes and a
CD-ROM
o Diskettes or CD-ROM containing the BonusPak for OS/2
machine-readable information shipped with 83G8100 or 83G8102 as
above in separate packaging
- BonusPak for OS/2 Manual
- BonusPak for OS/2 PLA
o Each of the following:
- Users Guide to OS/2 Warp (Command Reference information is
online)
- OS/2 Sources and Solutions Catalog
- Service and Support Card
- Warp Registration Card
- Read-Me Errata sheet
- Related product brochures
A separate documentation package includes:
o Users Guide to OS/2 Warp (Command Reference information is
online)
o Service and Support Guide
o OS/2 Sources and Solutions Catalog
o Various related product brochures
SECURITY, AUDITABILITY, AND CONTROL
User management is responsible for evaluation, selection, and
implementation of security features, administrative procedures, and
appropriate controls in application systems and communication
facilities.
ORDERING ORDERING INFORMATION
Orders for new licenses will be accepted now.
Shipments will begin on the planned availability date.
To order programs for order type, specify the order type
number, feature number, part number, program name, media, and
quantity.
PROGRAM PACKAGE -- program diskette with documentation.
ORDER TYPE NUMBER: 5871-AAA
FEATURE PART
NUMBER NUMBER PROGRAM NAME MEDIA
4548 83G8100 Warp Version 3 3.5-inch
diskette
4629 83G8102 Warp Version 3 CD-ROM
4910 83G8700 Warp Version 3
with WinOS2 3.5-inch
diskette
5000 83G8701 Warp Version 3
with WinOS2 CD-ROM
ADDITIONAL LICENSE COPIES -- authorizes the customer who has a
program package to make a single copy of the program diskette and
printed documentation.
The authorization is given by sending the customer an invoice
for an Additional License Copy, the IBM Customer Agreement (ICA) must
be in effect, or by sending the customer a Proof of Additional
License certificate, the ICA is not required. The Proof of
Additional License certificate has its own part number and feature
number.
ORDER TYPE NUMBER: 5872-AAA
FEATURE PART
NUMBER NUMBER PROGRAM NAME
4702 83G8103 OS/2 Warp Version 3
Additional Licence
with Certificate
4769 83G8111 OS/2 Warp Version 3
Additional Licence
without Certificate
5005 83G8702 OS/2 Warp Version 3
with WinOS2 Additional
License with Certificate
5010 83G8703 OS/2 Warp Version 3
with WinOS2 Additional
License without Certificate
ADDITIONAL LICENSE COPIES -- VALU: When the VDE -- (VALU) applies
authorization to make additional license copies begins on the start
date specified in the addendum for volume discount.
The authorization is given by sending the customer an invoice
for an Additional License Copy, the ICA must be in effect, or by
sending the customer a Proof of Additional License certificate, the
ICA is not required. The Proof of Additional License certificate has
its own part number and feature number.
ORDER TYPE NUMBER: 5872-AA1
FEATURE PART
NUMBER NUMBER PROGRAM NAME
4769 83G8111 OS/2 Warp Version 3
Additional License
without Certificate
5010 83G8703 OS/2 Warp Version 3
with WinOS2 Additional
without Certificate
DOCUMENTATION -- separate documentation with no diskette.
ORDER TYPE NUMBER: 5876-AAA
FEATURE PART
NUMBER NUMBER PROGRAM NAME
4900 83G8108 OS/2 Warp Version 3
Documentation only
5316 83G8712 OS/2 Warp Version 3
with WinOS2
Documentation only
PROGRAM PACKAGE UPGRADE -- program diskette with
documentation.
ORDER TYPE NUMBER: 5873-AAA
FEATURE PART
NUMBER NUMBER PROGRAM NAME MEDIA
5072 83G8708 OS/2 Warp Version 3
with WinOS2
Upgrade from
OS/2 2.1 3.5-inch
diskette
5154 83G8709 OS/2 Warp Version 3
with WinOS2
Upgrade from
OS/2 2.1 CD-ROM
ADDITIONAL LICENSE COPY UPGRADE -- authorizes the customer who
has a program package upgrade to make a single copy of the program
diskette and printed documentation.
The authorization is given by sending the customer an invoice
for an Additional License Copy Upgrade, the ICA must be in effect, or
by sending the customer a Proof of Additional License Upgrade
certificate, in which case the ICA is not required. The Proof of
Additional License Upgrade certificate has its own part number and
feature number.
ORDER TYPE NUMBER: 5874-AAA
FEATURE PART
NUMBER NUMBER PROGRAM NAME
5200 83G8710 OS/2 Warp Version 3
with WinOS2 Additional
Upgrade from OS/2 2.1
with Certificate
5315 83G8711 OS/2 Warp Version 3
with WinOS2 Additional
Upgrade from OS/2 2.1
without Certificate
ADDITIONAL LICENSE COPY UPGRADE -- VALU: When the VDE -- VALU
applies authorization to make Additional License Copies begins on the
start date specified in the addendum for volume discount.
The authorization is given by sending the customer an invoice
for an Additional License Copy Upgrade, the ICA must be in effect or
by sending the customer a Proof of Additional License Upgrade
certificate, in which case the ICA is not required. The Proof of
Additional License Upgrade certificate has its own part number and
feature number.
ORDER TYPE NUMBER: 5874-AA1
FEATURE PART
NUMBER NUMBER PROGRAM NAME
5315 83G8711 OS/2 Warp with WinOS2
Version 3 Additional
License Upgrade
PROGRAM UPGRADE
The program package upgrade option allows currently licensed
users of OS/2 Version 2.1 to obtain the new function in OS/2 Warp
with WinOS2 for a program upgrade charge. The program upgrade to
OS/2 Warp with WinOS2 will be available by first quarter 1995.
Orders will be accepted now. These upgrades will be available
through IBM Authorized Personal Computer Dealers and Industry
Remarketers -- Personal Computers certified to market IBM Authorized
Advanced Products.
Customers may also order upgrades through the local IBM office
using the IBM Personal Computer/System Program IBM US Upgrade and
Certification Order Form included with this announcement.
The order may only be placed through the local IBM office
using the IBM Personal Computer/System Program IBM US Upgrade and
Certification Order Form included with this announcement. The total
quantity of upgrades acquired for a specific program may not exceed
the total quantity of program packages and/or additional licenses
previously acquired for that program. Proof of License for upgrade
eligibility for additional license upgrades is a copy of this invoice
or previously acquired Proof of Additional License certificate.
Additional license upgrades can be entered through the local IBM
office using the IBM US Upgrade and Certification Order Form,
included in this announcement or ordered through an authorized
remarketer.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
LICENSING: The programs in this announcement are licensed under the
terms and conditions of the IBM Program License Agreement. A copy of
the agreement is included in the program package.
ADDITIONAL LICENSE: ICA must be in effect, or Proof of Additional
License certificate must be acquired.
LIMITED WARRANTY:
o Program: Yes
- Media: Three months
o Additional Licenses: Yes
- Media: Not applicable
PROGRAM SERVICES: Program services will be available until
October 31, 1996. The statement of service included with the program
describes this service. A 60 day, "getting started" period is
provided by the Personal Systems Support Line.
VOLUME ORDERS: For information regarding volume orders, contact your
IBM representative.
The additional licenses and additional license upgrades
included in this announcement are eligible for volume discounting
under the terms of the ICA and the VDE -- VALU. These programs are
included in Category A, 5872-AA1 and 5874-AA1.
For information regarding other volume orders, contact your
IBM representative.
TESTING PERIOD: Two months for program packages.
NATIONAL EDUCATION LICENSE FEE: A National Education License Fee
(NELF) is available under the terms and conditions of the Education
Allowance Attachment. The NELF, which represents a 30% discount off
the single unit price, is not subject to any further discount or
allowance.
CHARGES
ONE-
PART TIME
NUMBEPROGRAM NAME CHARGE
OS/21Warp Version 3 $129
OS/21Warp Version 3 129
OS/21Warp Version 3
Additional License
with Certificate 119
OS/21Warp Version 3
Additional License
without Certificate 119
OS/27Warp Version 3
with WinOS2 199
OS/27Warp Version 3
with WinOS2 199
OS/27Warp Version 3
with WinOS2 Additional
License with Certificate 189
OS/27Warp Version 3
with WinOS2 Additional
License without Certificate 189
OS/27Warp Version 3
WinOS2 Upgrade OS2 2.1 149
OS/27Warp Version 3
WinOS2 Upgrade OS2 2.1 149
OS/27Warp Version 3
WinOS2 Additional
License Upgrade
with Certificate 139
OS/27Warp Version 3
WinOS2 Additional
License Upgrade
without Certificate 139
OS/21Warp Version 3
Documentation only 10
OS/27Warp Version 3 with
WinOS2 Documentation only 10
ADDITIONAL LICENSES CHARGE: Customers who pay a one-time charge for
additional licenses may copy machine-readable program materials and
printed documentation previously acquired from IBM in a program
package. One copy may be made for each additional license ordered.
PROGRAM UPGRADE CHARGE: A program upgrade charge will apply for
upgrades from OS/2 2.1 to OS/2 Warp with WinOS2 Version 3.

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  3 Responses to “Category : OS/2 Files
Archive   : WARP3.ZIP
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  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: http://www.os2museum.com/wp/mtswslnk/