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When will I be able to purchase a copy of Win98, June 15th or June 25th?

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I have the beta 3 version of Win98.
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It's available in stores on June 25th.

Some stores (the crazy ones) are even staying open until midnight for those people that want it THAT bad.

You probably heard June 15th as the day several computer manufacturers are going to have it pre-installed on the systems...but in stores June 25th.

Also, the upgrade price (which will upgrade Windows 3.x AND/OR Windows 95) is going to be $89.99.  The full version is $199.99
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