(1.2) Differences Between Versions

What are the differences between versions?

Versions of OS/2 from 2.1 on have been made available in two packages: one containing built-in Windows code to run Windows applications (sometimes called the "with Win-OS/2" or "full" package) and the other which can use an existing copy of Windows (optional) to run Windows applications (the "for Windows" or "without Win-OS/2" package).

Related information:

(0.4)  Special Report on OS/2 Warp
(1.1)  What is OS/2 Warp?
(1.3)  DOS and Windows Compatibility
(2.6)  More Than 16 MB RAM
(3.10) Extended Services
(5.5)  Adobe Type Manager
(5.11) REXX

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