Word Perfect Jacki Lyden talks with Michael Kanellos, a reporter for ZDNet News, about Hewlett-Packard's decision to sell Word Perfect software with its computers instead of Microsoft Works. Hewlett-Packard's decision will give smaller software makers a bigger share of the market, since it is the world's largest manufacturer of PCs and has half of the U.S. retail market.
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Jacki Lyden talks with Michael Kanellos, a reporter for ZDNet News, about Hewlett-Packard's decision to sell Word Perfect software with its computers instead of Microsoft Works. Hewlett-Packard's decision will give smaller software makers a bigger share of the market, since it is the world's largest manufacturer of PCs and has half of the U.S. retail market.