NEW YORK -- They've kicked the tires and taken it for a spin, but retailers are not scrambling to upgrade their operating systems to Windows 95. The much-touted new operating system from Microsoft, Redmond, Wash., was officially released on Aug. 24. "We estimated that if we upgrade to Windows 95, we're talking about a cost of $1.5 million for memory upgrades, hard disk upgrades, software upgrades, utilities, new applications as necessary, and in some cases, new PCs," said Al Carville, vice ...
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