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Utilities Updates: MacScan X 2.0b; Skype 1.3.0.8; Temperature Monitor 3.01; Hardware Monitor 3.01; more

Utilities Updates: MacScan X 2.0b; Skype 1.3.0.8; Temperature Monitor 3.01; Hardware Monitor 3.01; more

By September 8, 2005

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OmniGraffle� 2.1.2 beta 2; Drag'n'tooth 1.0; Icon Machine 3.0; Trash It! 3.01; iuCreator 1.0.1; more

OmniGraffle  2.1.2 beta 2; Drag'n'tooth 1.0; Icon Machine 3.0; Trash It! 3.01; iuCreator 1.0.1; more

By March 27, 2003

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Short Take: MS releases IE 3.01

Microsoft has released the final version of Internet Explorer 3.01 for Windows 3.1, the first version of a Web browser that supports Java to ship for that operating system. Netscape Communications' Navigator 3.01 with Java for Windows 3.1 is still in beta testing. Microsoft's browser can be downloaded from the company's Web site.

By March 24, 1997

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Short Take: Corel ships Web suite

Corel has released its WebMaster Suite for Web site design and management for Windows 95 and NT 4.0. The suite includes Web.Designer, Web.SiteManager, Web.Move, Web.World, Navigator 3.01, O'Reilly's WebSite 1.1 Web server, and graphics and photo editing tools. The suite costs $299; Corel Web.Graphics Suite owners can upgrade for $60.

By March 11, 1997

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Short Take: Hilgraeve is shipping HyperAccess

Hilgraeve has begun shipping its HyperAccess communications software package for Windows 95 and NT 4.0. HyperAccess provides a front end to the Internet, Telnet, bulletin boards, file transfer, and terminal emulation. Users can view all addresses within a central phonebook and initiate connections with a mouse click. The software includes Netscape Navigator 3.0, Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.01, and a graphics viewer. The list price is $129.

By December 2, 1996

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Short Take: Netscape releases Windows browser early

Netscape Communications has released to developers an early beta version of its Windows 3.1 browser with Java support. Navigator 3.01 for Windows 3.1 is available for downloading only to users who subscribe to the company's DevEdge Online.

By November 14, 1996