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Editor's Note
Joe Flanigen
Win32
Jeffrey Richter
Under the Hood
Matt Pietrek
C++ Q&A
Paul DiLascia
Visual Programmer
Shepherd and Wingo
Run Your Apps on a Variety of Desktop Platforms With Terminal Server

The Terminal Server Edition of Windows NT Server 4.0 can run an entire app on the server side. Only graphics, keyboard, and mouse input are transmitted between client and server. This means it's now possible to run your apps just about anywhere.
Frank Kim

Build Reliable and Scalable N-tier Applications That Run On Both Windows NT and Unix

Working in a heterogeneous environment is a fact of life for most developers. It's gotten easier lately since Microsoft and major Unix vendors are working together to improve interoperability between COM and Unix. Find out how you can benefit.
Mai-lan Tomsen

Control Spy Exposes the Clandestine Life of Windows Common Controls, Part III

Mark Finocchio completes his discussion of Control Spy and the Windows common controls by covering the pager, toolbar, rebar, tooltip and other controls. He also explains the controls that were not changed with the release of Internet Explorer 4.0.
Mark Finocchio


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