"Watermeyer, Henry" writes:
> The Corel 8 licence agreement states that there is a warranty on
> the cd and then says "The software is provided on an "as is" basis
> without any other warrenties or conditions, express or implied,
> including, but not limited to, warrenties of ..... fitness for a
> particulartr purpose ....."
It appears to me as if the major software manufacturers are girding
themselves for legal battles subsequent to 1999.
On the other hand, I strongly suspect that both Microsoft and Corel,
not to mention others, will be working feverishly to produce software
that is "more" Y2K compliant than the other guy's, to use the big
event as an opportunity to woo additional market share.
The experts seem to be saying that one can go ahead right now and
test the performance of these word processors and others. Has anyone
detected any major problems?
Jeff @ Washington
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