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what's new in windows 98?
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Windows 98 looks and acts a lot like Windows 95, but is quite different on the side of maintenance and keeping your computer working efficiently.  You have the new "Maintenance Wizard", which allows you to run periodic checks on your system, such as ScanDisk and Deframenter.  Windows 98 is also new in that it is a FAT 32 system, which basically means that your machine will run a lot faster with the same amount of space and memory.
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