} Well, now, that depends on what's running on it.
} DOS: Only one, and only if it's no bigger than 640 carats.
} Interactive: As many as you like; but not very quickly, and only if
} exactly the right optional products are installed in the kernel. For
} instance, you can't have X installed, because there aren't enough
} interrupts to handle the mouse and the grease at the same time.
} SCO: Undefined. SCO can't really be said to be running anywhere, any
} more than a fellow in an iron lung can be said to be breathing.
} Windows: It LOOKS like you can cook as many as you like, but in
} reality, only one.
} Linux: Plenty, but you'll probably want to learn how to make your own
} buns and catsup.
} OS/2: One, with a great deal of concomitant wailing and knashing of
} teeth. Still, nobody lies about how many it can cook, and there's
} even a certain pitiful charm to it. Kind of like a hard-working
} village idiot.
} Windows NT: Y'know, Windows NT is neat, but it's not the last word in
} operating systems. Now, Windows 4.0-- THAT will be the last word in
} operating systems.
} Windows 4.0: Two hundred million, minimum. That's right out of the
} box. More than OS/2. Three hundred million isn't out of the
} question. More than any flavor of UNIX known to mankind. Maybe even
} four hundred million. Says so right here in the Microsoft press