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Microsoft moves on Y2K, Java issues

The software giant issues a fix for a Y2K problem in Windows 98 and takes a step toward complying with a judge's Java ruling.

The software giant has issued a fix for a Y2K problem in Windows 98 and also takes a step toward complying with a judge's Java ruling. Meanwhile, Nasdaq gives NT a chance.

Microsoft: Windows 98 has "minor" Y2K problems
The company says its latest operating system has minor Year 2000 problems and is making an update that fixes the glitch available on the Internet and CD-ROMs.

Microsoft takes first step for Java compliance
The company releases a new version of Java technology for its Windows operating system and Web browser that it says follows a recent court order.

Nasdaq giving Windows NT a chance
The technology-heavy stock exchange is implementing the operating system for its new stock monitoring system.

Microsoft drops Java from IE for Mac, Unix
The software giant states formally that it will yank a critical piece of Java software out of the Mac and Unix.