In the mid 1990s I got interested in PCs again, but buy then everybody was using Windows 95 an OS that my IBM PC XT could not handle. I was getting ready to by a clone PC. The prices were dropping and the development cycle on microprocessors by Intel had been languishing at around the 486 DX2 chip level. I figured this was the plateau and it is time for me to buy. Just before I plunked my cash down, Microsoft came out with Windows 95 the first true multitasking OS and Intel came out with the Pentium Processor series and we were off the races again. By the time Microsoft came out with Windows 98 I figured that this race won't stop and I have been on the side lines too long. So I jumped in head first and bought a cheap AMD K6 based PC in early 1998. I started out with Windows 98 and used Microsoft Works to manage my data. At work they were using Microsoft Office so I switched to using that program for all of my word processing, and data management. I presently use Word and Windows every day, both at work and at home, but I still needed a way to deal with all of my stored documents.