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MACS TALK TO WINDOWS

It has always been easy to get Macintoshes to talk to one another on a network. And Windows 95 has made simple networking almost as easy for PCs. But getting Macs and Windows PCs to talk has been a challenge. If you have an Ethernet or Token Ring network in place, PC MACLAN for Windows 95 from Miramar Systems (805 966-2432) makes it a snap to bridge the communications gap. The software ($195 per PC, including support for up to 10 Macs) takes just minutes to install. Once it is set up on a Win95 machine, all the Macs on the network can start sharing printers and exchanging files as though they were right there on the desktop.

BY STEPHEN H. WILDSTROM


Updated June 14, 1997 by bwwebmaster
Copyright 1996, Bloomberg L.P.
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