Windows NT 3.5Windows NT 3.5 released September 6th 1994.
Windows NT 3.5x had two different versions, Windows 3.5x Workstation
which limits the number of simultaneous network tasks and lack of server
software packages, and Windows 3.5x Server which provided server software
packages under a license control. The interfaces of two versions of Windows
NT 3.5x were exactly same as Windows 3.1. Users will never see black MS-DOS
like start-up window anymore. Instead of that, Windows NT 3.5x has a graphic
Windows NT Workstation 3.5 supported the OpenGL graphics standard, which
helped power high-end applications for software development, engineering,
financial analysis, scientific, and business-critical tasks.
The Windows NT Workstation 3.5 release provided the highest degree of
protection yet for critical business applications and data. The product also
offered 32-bit performance improvements, better application support, including
support for NetWare file and print servers, and improved productivity features,
such as the capability to give files 255-character names.
Windows NT 3.51Windows NT 3.51 released June, 1995
included a tool to help customers manage Client Access Licenses (CALs) for
the Microsoft BackOffice family of server products (now referred to as Microsoft
.NET Enterprise Servers), a utility to enable over-the-network installation
of Windows 95, and support for remote booting. The main reason for this update
was to enable support for Windows 95.
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