LAS VEGAS -- Budget computer software is a hit in supermarkets. This low-priced software, which includes shareware and regular commercial programs, is gaining sales and space as chains broaden their entertainment product offerings, said manufacturers and suppliers polled by SN during the Winter Consumer Electronics Show here Jan. 6 to 9. In many cases the under-$10 software is merchandised within the video department, although the products also do well in high-traffic positions up front, ...

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