OT, but info needed: RAM uprade

From: Jason Willgruber <roblwill_at_usaor.net>
Date: Tue Dec 29 10:01:42 1998

>But *free* to download from the web. To purchase IE *all by itself* costs
>money, too. They can't print books / cd's, etc. for free.
Yup. $5, I think.

>>Netscrape came with the program that I bought, and it was a stripped
>>that kept wanting me to sent $30 to Netscrape, and it stopped working
>>6 months (date stamped).
>Installed '98 lately?

That was the _first_ mistake...
It may be better than Win 95 (some say), but I don't like to run any OS that
crashes the demo computer at the launching of the software. No matter how
many "revisions" it has.

>Can you still get it? --- They had a version that was supposed to run on
>Linux, too. They almost got it out - 6 months or so behind schedule, then
>they scrapped it. Pi$$ed off some users with that one... Billy-bob doesn't
>care, tho.
No clue. It was back when OS/2 was one of the "good OS's that I didn't
have" - I was still running a Franklin 2000. When I got finally
PC-compatible, I was running Win 3.1. When I finally got OS/2, the
borrower's no where to be found. Figures!
                 -Jason Willgruber
                  ICQ#: 1730318
Received on Tue Dec 29 1998 - 10:01:42 GMT

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