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Microsoft: Windows 97
An SI Board Since January 1997
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49 I got the real thing SAL ... Office Professional 97 ... for free (well, actuaJay Rommel-1/28/1997
48 Wow!?!? Are you sure it isn't a test copy that expires soon? I got my Intdamniseedemons-1/28/1997
47 Sal, MSFT just gave me Office 97 Pro ($600) for free .. I went to a Dog and PJay Rommel-1/28/1997
46 I have Office 97---like it a lot, but only after I added more memory to my compdamniseedemons-1/24/1997
45 Sal and all...I checked out Office 97 DEMO disk that comes with PC mag's ..Joe Fang-1/24/1997
44 Very interesting Bruce - thanks for the post.Robert Scott-1/23/1997
43 Sal, I am aware that MSFT is trying to splinter Java much in the same way thatRobert Scott-1/23/1997
42 Hi fellows, couldn't help but overhear your conversation so I thought I wouBruce R. Schlake-1/23/1997
41 Sal, thanks for the input - I am excited yet it is a little spooky... Oh well,Kory B.-1/22/1997
40 Kory, Robert, and All, I agree with Kory that MSFT is going to play a dominantdamniseedemons-1/22/1997
39 Well, Scott to answer your question in one word it would be yes. But because IKory B.-1/22/1997
38 Mike, My Thoughts - By year-end, Java will have enough standards and tools to Robert Scott-1/22/1997
37 Kory, Don't you think MFST is a little ahead of itself?? At over 40X traiRobert Scott-1/22/1997
36 Sal, I couldn't agree more. I own several computer companies and the web mKory B.-1/21/1997
35 >In July, 1995, MS had several closes over 100, and was as high as 107 or 10damniseedemons-1/20/1997
34 Chris, the only thing that can stop Microsoft is the Gov't. If you want to Mike Magarahan-1/20/1997
33 Yeah, Chris, I disagree. I think you're waaayyy off base. How long have youShea Jones-1/20/1997
32 Mark, I'm a long term holder of MSFT, since 1991. Daily, weekly, quarterly Brian Malloy-1/19/1997
31 Just remember one thing: Microsoft is doing this to lessen all the speculationcheong ming kwok-1/19/1997
30 Chris I disagree with you on that one. Microsoft always has good products. AnKirce Stojanovski-1/19/1997
29 I agree. MSFT has a trailing P/E of nearly 50 and a growth rate of 27%. ThereAlec Epting-1/19/1997
28 I think that Microsoft casts a VERY gloomy picture on their future earnings. IChris Abellera-1/18/1997
27 Derek, I am just curious. Who is buying MSFT at these levels? I have quietlRamsey Su-1/18/1997
26 In afterhours trading, MSFT did reach 89, but then I read an article & hearDerek Keith-1/17/1997
25 R. Keith where did you hear that? I heard the same thing. But I also heard thKirce Stojanovski-1/17/1997
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