By the way, for those who may be unfamiliar with OS/2 & eCS version numbers, when I said that I have been using OS/2 since version 2.0, through eCS version 2.1, that is not an incremental version increase. The eCS distribution of OS/2 began it's own version history with 1.0. IBM's OS/2 2.0 was released 21 years ago. During that time, I have run the OS in business environments on servers, desktops, and thin clients. At home I've used server and desktop versions, and still have my original IBM PC with version their version 2.1, which is operational, but retired. During that time frame, I have built dozens of servers and desktops for the intended use of the OS, and I have purchased quite literally several thousand dollars worth of OS/2 software for my personal use, unfortunately most of it is obsolete now. I still do support some shareware development that's around, though there is very little remaining. If my use of OS/2 as my main OS ends with eCS version 2.1 as it appears that it will, it will have been a very long 21 year run.
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