More to the point, news:///news.lockergnome.com/ has 2 more Win98 discussion
groups. Nothing moderated, but hey it may be a go-to thing someday.
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Jay Thomas wrote:
> How bout "Cut the Bloat!" Did they do that?
Well, the whole thing's written in real-mode FORTRAN32...the story seemsto be a
consistent 'phenomenally, yes' but the Klingon Honor test remains
to be performed.
> > 2. A more stable platform! -
> Ummm, not from what I've heard.
Yes, well the system gadget isn't frozen yet but reports are good for beta R4.
> > 4. Faster operation! - In Windows 98, the memory management and cache
> > modules are fine-tuned to give you optimal performance.
> if you buy more hardware (memory).
No, it works under 32MB OK, really (but yes, get 128MB in eachbank of DIMM
anyhow) and if you don't buy any more hardware, I'll
lose heart myself.
> > if you buy more hardware (monitor)
(AGP card and multisync DMD projector)
> > 8. New features for dial-up connections! - The Windows 98 Control Panel
> > offers you a slew of new utilities designed to help your computer get
> > along better with your telephone.
> they get along fine, now, thanks :)
Gee, maybe they threw in a SS8 license? 5ESS (ugh)?
> > 9. TV on your PC! - Support for TV reception
This is the stupid form of "HDTV on your PC." Sell your vidiconequipment while
there's still time! :)
> I'm still waiting for M$ to give me one good reason to upgrade, other
> than "We want your money".
They could just ask your senator.
> This is a dead end upgrade, as there will not
> be another upgrade to WinXX.
Whereas CorelDraw 8 will be CorelDraw 188.8.131.525 in 2089?
> May as well wait for NT5.
What, with Win95 going rotten under your nose?
> For a list of my
> concerns (and the reviewers at PC Computing):
You were implicit in this guff? C'mon, some people have to beeased into BeOS,
and Win98 might help.