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|Architecture||Intel 386, PowerPC|
OS/2 Warp 3, also known as OS/2 3.0 (or 'better DOS than DOS itself' according to IBM), was a version of OS/2 released in October 1994. With its 32-bit Windows NT-like mode as well as backward compatibility with DOS, earlier OS/2, and even Windows applications, it became quite popular for businesses however Windows NT continued to maintain a large part of the market share. It had its own web browser, called IBM WebExplorer and many applications were developed for it.
This version is available in both the x86 and PowerPC architecture, and is the only version of OS/2 that was developed for the PowerPC architecture. The PowerPC port uses a Mach-based microkernel, and uses ELF executables (with symbols included).