Beta testers of Microsoft Corp.'s Windows NT 5.0 Workstation and Server said early versions of the next-generation operating system are rife with bugs that crash systems, freeze networks and impede installations.
By Michael Moeller
| October 20, 1997 -- 08:33 GMT (01:33 PDT)
| Topic: Tech Industry
"It is very early code
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