Yeah, it was a bitch to install, but I enjoyed OS/2 at the time, and had Win3.11, OS/2, DOS 6.2 and Linux (I want to say it was Yggdrasil) all booting from OS/2's boot manager on the same 40 GB hard drive. I had no room for actual applications, but i had a great time tinkering with the OS'es! My first foray onto the World Wide Web was via OS/2's WebExplorer 1.0. I loved their NR/2 Newsreader with it's MDI UI - I keep thinking I'm going to build something similar in PyQT, but never quite get around to it. Anyway, IBM seemed to drop OS/2 support hard - no updates to WebExplorer, no new device drivers, and barely any bug fixes. Even people who were otherwise enjoying the OS had to move on pretty much out of necessity. I think i may even still have my copy of Petzold's OS/2 PM Programming kicking around. Good times.