A guide for expert users explains Windows 98 architecture, optimizing the Desktop, networking, supporting clients, integrating Dynamic HTML and VBScript, and recovering from crashesThis is not a bogus claim, despite what some people have said about 98 requiring a Pentium chip. ... Windows 98 is largely Windows 95 a but let Windows 98 use the newer Web-oriented features of Active Desktop, and ita#39;ll cost you performance-wise. ... You can certainly multitask with a 486 DX2-66 processor; but then, even though the rear bumper on my Honda Civic is wide enough to accommodateanbsp;...
|Title||:||Expert Guide to Windows 98|
|Author||:||Mark Minasi, Eric Christiansen, Kristina Shapar|
|Publisher||:||Sybex Incorporated - 1998|