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WIKIPEDIA articles! Peter Norton (born November 14, 1943) is an
American programmer, software publisher, author, and
philanthropist. He is best known for the computer programs and
books that bear his name. Norton sold his PC-Software business to
Symantec Corporation in 1990.Norton was born in Aberdeen,
Washington and raised in Seattle. He attended Reed College in
Portland, Oregon, graduating in 1965. Before discovering
microcomputers, he spent a dozen years working on mainframes and
minicomputers for companies including Boeing and Jet Propulsion
Laboratory. His earliest low level system utilities were designed
to allow mainframe programmers access to some previous RAM that IBM
normally reserved for diagnostics. This foreshadowed his personal
computer work, where he became known as a savvy author of low level
system utilities and reference books.
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