FWB Delivers the New UNIX Version of SoftWindows 95
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For More Information Contact: Kristi Furrer Golden Impressions Marketing 303-525-0924 email@example.com Leigh Dworkin FWB Software, LLC 510.360.3728 firstname.lastname@example.org Tamarie Cuneo FWB Software, LLC 415.345.4311 email@example.com FWB Delivers the New UNIX Version of SoftWindows 95 High Performance Emulation Software Allows UNIX Workstations to run Windows 95 Applications San Francisco, Calif., (June, 2000) - - - FWB Software, LLC, a leading developer and supplier of high performance productivity solutions, today announced the immediate availability of SoftWindows 95 for UNIX . This new version of FWB’s SoftWindows empowers UNIX users with a state-of-the art PC compatibility solution allowing their workstation to run Windows 95 and MS-DOS applications on the same screen in overlapping windows. SoftWindows 95 for UNIX supports PC applications written to standard APIs as well as those that bypass the OS and directly address the hardware. This product is available immediately and may be ordered from FWB's web site (www.fwb.com). FWB's SoftWindows 95 for UNIX is a cross platform solution that is tuned to provide optimum performance on multiple RISC architectures including HP-PA, SPARC, PowerPC, or MIPS based workstations. Taking advantage of the best features of each platform, FWB’s Intel Pentium processor emulation and 32-bit drivers with SoftWindows innovative TurboStart will launch Windows 95 in seconds, faster than on a PC. Supporting both Ethernet and Token-Ring alternatives, SoftWindows 95 for UNIX enables a UNIX workstation to be easily integrated into a networked PC environment. This enables users to access and use corporate PC e-mail systems as well as running the Windows front-end of PC client/server applications. Additionally, SoftWindows is Internet ready with Microsoft Internet Explorer supporting both Java and ActiveX to access and run PC files on an intranet or the Internet. “FWB’s long-standing relationship with Microsoft Corporation enables our software engineers have an in-depth understanding of the Windows environment,” comments John Kirsten, president and CEO of FWB Software. “This ensures our customers can run the latest Windows 95 business applications optimally, clearly illustrating FWB is the first choice for the industry in cross platform compatibility solutions. The availability of SoftWindows 95 for UNIX is an example of our commitment to the market to provide an expanding set of software solutions sourced by our own internal development as well as through acquisitions." More About FWB Software, LLC FWB Software is a leading developer and supplier of software solutions that enhance the performance and extend the functionality of multiple systems. FWB markets the renowned Toolkit storage management products, as well as the popular SoftWindows and RealPC emulation products that enable Macintosh and UNIX systems to run PC operating systems and applications. The company sells to the high-end graphic arts, digital video, publishing and entertainment markets through a worldwide network of digital, retail and mail order resellers, distributors, strategic partners and OEMs. Since its founding in 1986, FWB has supplied OEM customers such as Apple, Fujitsu, Motorola, Panasonic, Sony, and Toshiba, among others. FWB Software is headquartered at 2722 Gough Street, San Francisco, California, USA 94123. For more information, contact FWB by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, on the World Wide Web at http://www.fwb.com or by calling (415) 345-4300. ### Note to editors: FWB is a registered trademark of FWB Software, LLC. SoftWindows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation, in the United States and other countries, and is used by FWB Software under license from owner. RealPC is a registered trademark and TurboStart is a trademark of Insignia Solutions, Inc. Microsoft, MS-DOS, and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. UNIX is a registered trademark licensed exclusively through X/Open Company, Ltd. All trademarks and registered trademarks remain the property of their respective owners.