The client version of the OS/2 operating system. It includes peer-to-peer networking, fax and communications programs, multimedia viewing and editing applications and IBM Works (word processing, spreadsheet, database and other office tools).|
Introduced in late 1994 as Version 3.0 of OS/2, it was the successor to OS/2 for Windows and OS/2 Version 2.1. When first introduced, it could run in 8MB of memory, which was important for its time. The last update of OS/2 Warp from IBM was Version 4.52, which was released in 2001.
There were originally two versions of OS/2 Warp. One required Windows 3.1 to be installed, the other included a modified version of Windows 3.1. See OS/2.