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James A. Donald wrote:
> At 09:25 AM 12/4/95 -0500, John Young wrote:
> > 12-4-95. W$Jabber:
> > "Microsoft Probe Spurs Subpoenas Tied to Internet.
> > Antitrust Effort Appears Focused on Windows 95 Disabled
> > Rival Software."
> > The subpoena issued to Netscape may be of particular
> > significance. In the estimate of Netscape and industry
> > observers,
> I regularly use netscape on windows 95, and I conclude that
> this subpoena is pure, 100% harassment.
I've heard that when a machine that already has Internet In A
Box, Netscape Navigator personal edition, or some other internet
software with a stack and dialer is upgraded to Win95, the win95
installation may somehow disrupt the functioning of the winsock
or dialer. I've also heard that re-installing the application
will solve the problem. I've never seen the problem myself,
and don't know anything about any subpoena...
Jeff Weinstein - Electronic Munitions Specialist
Netscape Communication Corporation
[email protected] - http://home.netscape.com/people/jsw
Any opinions expressed above are mine.