National Westminster Bank has retreated from a decision to put all of its processing on servers running the Microsoft Windows NT operating system.

The move, first contemplated in 1993, would have transferred everything, including a data base of more than seven million customers, from International Business Machines Corp. mainframes to Windows NT systems, said Achi Racov, Natwest Group's chief information technology officer.

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