Year 2000 testing tools

$50 open market

$130
open market


Pros

Generally thorough product

Most complete product for Windows 3.x

Also scans for viruses

Runs under Windows 3.x

Runs under DOS

Solid all-around product

Excellent overall diagnostic tool


Cons

Not very helpful with applications and data fixing

Very limited in application and data scanning

Quirky interface, confusing order

Difficult interface

No-frills approach

Interface weak

Year 2000 components weak


Ease-of-use

C-

C

D+

D

B+

A-

A-


Features

B-

B+

C

B-

B

B

C


Accuracy/thoroughness

B

B

B-

B

B

A

B


Overall grade

B-

B-

C+

C+

B

A-

B


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the software manufacturers actually work.


 

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