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Convergence International, the non-Wintel user group, FAQ v2.30
Section - 4. What do you mean by "non-Wintel"?

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  When we say "non-Wintel" we mean all computer platforms other than
 Microsoft Windows running on an Intel-type processor. This includes:
 Acorn, Amiga, Apple, ARM, A\Box, Be, Network Computers, PowerPC, Psion,
 and all types of Unix.

  We would rather not use the phrase "non-Wintel" to describe what we
 support, but short of listing all the platforms we _do_ support every
 time we currently say "non-Wintel", it's the only option.

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