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"Cross-platform" is typically a term applied to software.
 
"Cross-platform" is typically a term applied to software.
  
In a sentence: Cross-platform products allow you to use them on any computer you want.
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In a sentence: Cross-platform products allow you to use them on more than one type of computer system (Windows, Gnu/Linux, MacOS, Amiga, etc).
  
 
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Revision as of 13:52, 14 July 2007

"Cross-platform" is typically a term applied to software.

In a sentence: Cross-platform products allow you to use them on more than one type of computer system (Windows, Gnu/Linux, MacOS, Amiga, etc).