Bank technologists are increasingly embracing personal computer software from Microsoft Corp., called Windows, that promises to make the machines easier to use.

Windows software is now being used on nearly a quarter of the 766,000 microcomputers in banks, a figure expected to rise to 31% of 1.2 million micros by 1995, according to the 1992 American Banker/Ernst & Young technology survey just published.

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