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Web Server for win 98?

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I was wondering if there are any stable web server shareware I can use on my windows 98 system.
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Are there ever! Try this for starters
http://www.winfiles.com/apps/98/servers-websrv.html
If you want a recommendation, try ApacheNT (which should work on 95/98 machines as well). I have used Apache on FreeBSD unix machines and think it's great on that platform so it should be decent on the Windows platform as well. It is also Freeware, which I assume is what you are looking for. If you check the URL I have listed above, you will see that there are many, many freeware web servers available for Windows 95/98.

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Not really stable, but easy, Microsoft offers personal web server for 98 from their site.
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