Re: Generic MS Windows Support message
We just say "(OS Version) or later required." Of course, to use this you
have to verify that you're compatible with every version of the OS that has come out since the one you specify.
I think this is likely okay now, but IIRC at one time the definition of "later" could be tricky. And couldn't something work on 95 and 98, but be unusable on NT and 2000?
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