was IBM's code name for its crucial hard drive development program. It gave IBM a dramatic advantage, however briefly, over its competitors, and especially over those competitors marketing IBM-compatible goods. It may have been IBM's most significant development of the 1970's, first improving its mainframe lines and then migrating to personal computers, giving them the cheap storage capacity users needed for day to day operations.

Of course, the Winchester was also a rifle.

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