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The Operating System

Windows 98, released by Microsoft on May 15, 1998, marked an incremental advancement in the realm of personal computing. Inheriting its lineage from Windows 95, this operating system sought to refine its predecessor’s user interface and augment system stability, albeit with modest success. The introduction of the Internet Explorer 4.0 browser as an integrated component signaled Microsoft’s tentative embrace of the burgeoning World Wide Web. Noteworthy for its pioneering support of USB devices, Windows 98 endeavored to accommodate the evolving landscape of hardware connectivity. Despite these efforts, the operating system was not immune to the inherent quirks and inconsistencies that have become characteristic of Microsoft’s forays into software development.

The Web Browser

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Browser User Agent

When contacting webservers ‘Windows 98 RTM x86 with BrownIE 3.0.3’ will identify itself as ‘Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 4.01; Windows 98)’.

Run Period

For ‘Windows 98 RTM x86 with BrownIE 3.0.3’ Period Sites in Period Browsers is currently searching for pages archived between 1998-05-16 and 1998-11-16.

Emulation Platform

Hardware emulation for this platform is currently provided by the QEMU Project.

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Windows 98 RTM x86 with BrownIE 3.0.3

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