As Microsoft pulls out the stops to make its August target for shipping Windows 95, executives know they can't get all the kinks out in time. So they're planning to offer regular quarterly updates for the operating system, including bug fixes and support for new printers, video cards, and other hardware add-ons. Details haven't been worked out, but the updates will be available for downloading from the new Microsoft Network and other online services. Disks will probably also be made available by paid subscription.
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