Windows 95 has been hyped as a cure-all for the problems facing the compact disc read-only memory market, but its effect will not be felt for a long time, agreed retailers and other observers polled by SN. "As with any new software item, you are going to have a lot of bugs in the system," said Carl Johnson, video specialist at Harp's Food Stores, Springdale, Ark. Johnson sees little effect on CD-ROMs, at least in his market area. "You might see an impact on the coasts, but in the Midwest it ...
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