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It's a complicated issue. And yes, I'm sure that 4.00.095(a) is the "A"
version. A recent article in PC Mag (or was it Windows) (and I"m sorry I
don't have it right now) went into great lenghts about it...when I dig it
up, I'll provide more...
There is a version of IE 4.01 now; maybe that solved the problem?
So, IE4 will trash my computer? Are you sure
about these numbers? After all, 4.00.95 is
higher (to me) than 4.00.1111.
On 19 Dec 97 at 20:17, STaylor wrote:
> 4.00.95 is version A. 4.00.1111 or some higher number is B...there has been
> about 7 version of Windows 95, though not many know this.
> At 04:49 PM 12/19/97 -0500, you wrote:
> >On 19 Dec 97 at 14:04, David Hirschler wrote:
staylor -at- breakawynet -dot- com
sntaylor -at- arlington -dot- net