Why I'm Rooting For Microsoft

A close look at its browser shows it should be linked with the operating system

One of the most interesting features of Windows 98, the planned successor to the Windows 95 operating system, is something called Windows Update. To use it, you click on the Start button, then click on the Update icon. Windows launches Internet Explorer (IE) and connects to a Microsoft Web site. The system checks your computer against a list of available updates, offers suggested downloads needed to keep your software current, and installs the ones you choose.

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