Win98: Jump In For A Spin

It has enough new features to make an upgrade worthwhile for most people

Any day now, CD factories around the world will begin stamping out millions of copies of Windows 98. At about the same time, the Microsoft publicity machine will move into high gear, trying to persuade you to plunk down $90 or so for a copy on June 25, when--anti-trust officials willing--the operating system update goes on the market.

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