Windows 3.1Windows 3.1, released April 6th 1992.
Windows 3.1 was followed shortly by Windows for workgroups 3.1 on October
27th 1992. The variety of true type fonts supported by Windows 3.1x made
it ready for more complex word processing tasks. Multimedia features in this
version of Windows, such as built-in audio device support, video file playback
support and even the color screen savers made it a big success. Thousands
of third-party Windows Compatible software made Microsoft Windows 3.x a very
successful platform and helped Microsoft to increase the sales of Windows
3.x, which reached 10 million in the world.
Windows 3.1 lacked of built-in network support. The MS-DOS based network
eats up more basic 640K of memory. So Microsoft released Windows for Workgroups
3.xx with built-in network support.
Windows 3.2This version is a Chinese translation
of Windows 3.1 and, except for what appears to be some font related changes,
includes only what Windows 3.1 has. Still, it is somewhat interesting and
deserves some attention.
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Windows for Workgroups 3.11
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