don't panic...

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don't panic...

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...it's only me playing with a yet another ancient computer running Win 98SE and IE 5

Ken

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and this is me replying from my main home PC.

I'm stunned the old box is working on the net! Main reason for reviving it is so that stuckling2 can run a piece of software for his Korg synth that won't work on his XP laptop

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They did already have Internet in the days of Windows 98. It was steam-powered though... :grin:
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HansV wrote:They did already have Internet in the days of Windows 98. It was steam-powered though... :grin:
Oh!

So that's the origin of the expression vapor-ware .... :evilgrin:

Stuck, funny you should mention it. Lately I've been staring long and hard at a big beige box atop my stationery closet shelf ...
I have been in a state of countesslessness all my life

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HansV wrote:They did already have Internet in the days of Windows 98. It was steam-powered though... :grin:
indeed, my home system from ~Nov 98 to ~Nov 2009 was Win98FE with only a 56K dial-up modem for web access.

Ken
PS talking to you via a wireless connection this time.