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Has there been a service pack for Windows 98 since it was released? When will the next service pack be released?
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Originally to be release end of Sept. and it's now pushed back to early '99.  Since Win98's release, there's been some bug fix for IE and Outlook Express.  Check with Windows Update.
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I get a MS newsletter and as of the last reading, early October, they say late December 98 or early Jan 99.
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