The Simplified Space Payload Thermal Analyzer for Windows'95 961379

In August 1995, the Microsoft Corporation officially introduced a new operating system for IBM compatible computers. The release of Windows 951 revolutionized the software capabilities of the personal computer -- a true 32-bit operating system without the overhead of expensive hardware. To meet the needs of its customers many companies have migrated their software over to the Windows 95 operating system. Realizing the need for an improved user interface, SSPTA began a transformation toward becoming a true Windows 95 32-bit program. The first step toward this transformation was the development of the SSPTA File Manager5. A Windows 95 menu-driven program used to create input files needed to execute the SSPTA software.


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