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Alpha Four and Alpha Five, from Alpha Software, are a relational database management system and rapid application development platform. It is now known as "Alpha Anywhere".


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Alpine Tram Ride, from Learning Technologies Inc, is a children's educational game for the IBM PC. Given a tram ride full of animals, the player must guess which animal is in which car.


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America Online was a proprietary dial-up online service that eventually grew to offerer Internet access. In the mid 1990s AOL was very heavily promoted. Every month or two, you were sure to get a free AOL floppy disk or CD-ROM in the mail. AOL originated as PC-Link.


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Houghton Mifflin American Heritage Electronic Dictionary is a resident background program that gives you instant searchable access to an entire dictionary.


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Ami is a word processor for Microsoft Windows 2. Ami was one of the first commercial word processor for Microsoft Windows, introduced about a year prior to Microsoft Word for Windows. SAMNA was bought by Lotus, where it became Lotus Ami Pro.


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Ami Pro, also called just Ami initially, was a word processor sold by Samna and later Lotus Software, where it became Lotus Word Pro. Ami was one of the first word processors for Microsoft Windows, beating MS Word by about a year. Other early Windows word processors included NBI Legend and WinText


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The Amish System Utilities for Windows is a set of tools that adds multiple desktops and a "Start"-like desktop launcher menu to Windows 3.0 and 3.1.


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AnyTime, from Individual Software, is a personal information manager that helps you keep track of day-to-day appointments, events, and to-do items. You can keep a list of family, friends, and business contacts using the Address Book.


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AOL Instant Messenger is a once-popular messaging client popularized by America Online.


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AOL Press 2.0 is a Windows based what-you-see-is-what-you-get HTML editor from AOL. It competed with other HTML Cuisinarts such as Microsoft Front Page.


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Originally called Draw Applause, Applause is a slide making, charting, and presentation program for DOS from Ashton-Tate. It also served as a client front end to Ashton Tate's Graphics Service, through which one could purchase high-quality prints. Applause II beefs up the standalone desktop presentation and graphing abilities.


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A sample of CD-ROM based applications for MacOS.


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These are drivers provided by Apple for Apple display monitors.


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Drive Setup installs software that your computer uses to work with your hard disk.


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The Lisa Office System was the operating system, graphical desktop, and office suite designed for and shipped with the Apple Lisa computer. It was Apple's first attempt at creating a fully graphical operating environment. This included a graphical desktop, drop down menus, common input controls, multiple windowed applications and data sharing between applications.


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The Apple Lisa Workshop is a set of development tools and a command-line oriented operating environment that was used to develop all software for the Apple Lisa computer. It had variants for multiple languages including Pascal, Cobol, and Basic. Although it was mostly text-based, it did use a GUI code editor. The Workshop ran separately from the Lisa Office System, and developers would switch back and forth while developing their programs.


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This was Apple's development system for m68k based Macs that ran natively on Macintosh computers. Prior to this product, Macintosh software had to be developed on Lisa machines.


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The Apple Network Administrator Toolkit is a set of tools for aiding centralized network management on early Macintosh computers. It also includes later versions of At Ease for Workgroups.


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PlainTalk is the collective name for several speech synthesis (MacinTalk) and speech recognition technologies developed by Apple Inc. In 1990, Apple invested a lot of work and money in speech recognition technology, hiring many researchers in the field. The result was "PlainTalk", released with the AV models in the Macintosh Quadra series from 1993. It was made a standard system component in System 7.1.2, and has since been shipped on all PowerPC and some other 68K Macintoshes.


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This gave TCP/IP support to AppleShare on MacOS.


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AppleWorks is an all-in-one Word Processor, Spreadsheet, Database, Graphics Editor, and Presentations tool. The original product was a text-based product for the Apple II. The Apple Macintosh and Windows versions were forked from ClarisWorks in 1998 by Apple. At the time, Apple was under a lot of pressure to have a direct alternative to Microsoft Office. There were serious concerns that Microsoft might pull Microsoft Office for the Macintosh from development.


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AppSoft Image is a bit-mapped photograph editing program written specifically for NeXT computers.


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Arborist(TM) Decision Tree software, from Texas Instruments/Integral Quality, is a general purpose tool for decision analysis. It features a graphic user interface for decision tree construction, decision tree evaluation, and decision tree analysis. Arborist Decision Tree software is not complicated to use, and it is not restricted to an area of decision problem analysis. Its ease of use makes it convenient and effective to analyze many problems that previously were not cost effective to analyze.


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ARCserve, from Cheyenne Software Inc., is an enterprise grade backup software for Windows NT.


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ArcView, from Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. is a geographical information system program for Win9x/NT.