The heir apparent to Windows 95, Windows 95 was released in mid-1998. Originally it was called Memphis, and then Windows 97, but Microsoft changed the name when it realized that it was going to miss its target 1997 release date. Windows 98 offers support for a number of new technologies, including FAT32, AGP, MMX, USB, DVD and ACPI. Its most visible feature, though, is the Active Desktop, which internet explorer with the operating system. From the user's point of view, there is no difference between accessing a document residing locally on the user's hard disk or on a web server halfway around the world. To the top
A 32 bit operating system and desktop interface developed by Microsoft. A major upgrade to Windows 95. Introduced in June 1998, it includes numerous bug fixes, performance enhancements and support for more hardware, including the Univeral Serial Bus (USB).
An operating system by Microsoft Corporation (the successor to Windows 95).
Microsoft Windows 98 This is an excellent Operating system for the beginner - it is easy to use & stable and has an automatic registry backup feature so if the user loads something that disagrees with the Operating System, the fault can be easily rectified the by running the Microsoft 'scanreg' utility. Microsoft have also launched Windows 98SE which is a bit more resistant to crashes and may be better suited to heavier use.
An operating system designed by Microsoft Corporation for consumers and home use. Windows 98 includes the web browser Internet Explorer with the operating system. An operating system is required to run any program on a computer.
An integrated and complete Microsoft Windows operating system that does not require MS-DOS and provides advanced operating system performance, improved ease of use, enhanced workgroup functionality, and simplified file management and browsing.
This operating system was designed by Microsoft and adds additional hardware support and integrated browsing onto the Windows 95 platform. This OS is still...
An operating system that was the upgraded version of Windows 95, targeted at home users.
An operating system released as an enhanced version of Windows 95. Windows 98 provides increased reliability and extended support of the latest hardware devices (multi-monitor, USB, etc.) along with Internet integration and power search tools. Microsoft's Internet Explorer Web Browser is an integral part of Windows 98 as is the "Active Desktop" feature, which provides the user with a view and access to desktop objects that reside on the Internet, as well as local files and applications.
Window's 98 is Microsoft's operating system released in 1998. Windows 98 can be considered as a more developed version of Windows 95.
The version of Windows after Windows 95.
Microsoft operating system that was an upgrade to Windows 95 and was more integrated with the Internet, provided faster system startup and shutdown, better file management, and support for multimedia technologies and the Universal Serial Bus (USB). 8.18 Windows-based applications programming, 15.22
Microsoft Windows operating system replacing Windows 95 and replaced by Windows Me.
Windows 98 (codenamed Memphis) is a graphical operating system released on June 25 1998 by Microsoft and the successor to Windows 95. Like its predecessor, it is a hybrid 16-bit/32-bit monolithic product.