Major PC makers have launched a Year 2000 alliance and a strategy for bringing small to medium-sized businesses and home PC users into Y2K compliance.
The so-called PC Y2K Alliance - whose 11 members include IBM, Compaq, Dell and Intel - has gone live with a Web site (www.pcy2000.org) that defines in nontechnical terms exactly what the Y2K problem is, explains how and why customers should fix it and provides diagnostic tools and links to alliance members' Web sites for further information and software.
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