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Spotlight on future of Windows 98

Contrary to earlier reports, Microsoft will release a consumer OS based on Windows 9x in 2000. The company also clarifies how it will go about offering bug fixes and technology updates.

 

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Contrary to earlier reports, Microsoft will release a consumer OS based on Windows 9x in 2000. The company also clarifies how it will go about offering bug fixes and technology updates.

 


Microsoft plans another Windows release
Contrary to earlier announcements, Redmond's president says the software giant will release another version of Windows 98 in the year 2000.

Microsoft clarifies bug fix issue
Bug fixes for Windows 98 will be free, but consumers will have to buy a CD to get features such as better support for advanced hardware features, Microsoft says.

Windows 98 to be relaunched with new IE
Microsoft is relaunching the Windows 98 operating system to include the new version of Internet Explorer and will rename it Windows 98, Second Edition.