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MS Powertoys, TweakUI and Win98

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Realized after upgrading all home machines to Win98 that I needed TweakUI in order to provide autologins to the home network.  Looking
for Powertoys @Microsoft turns up nothing.  Found a TweakUI but Win98 seems none too willing to install it (just an .inf, .cpl and a few
other files, .exe is just a self-extracting archive of the others).  Back on
a Win95 station, right click on .inf offers an "install" option, but not Win98.

So, how to install this?  Or where to find a full copy of Powertoys?  Or
where in Win98 have all these features been subsumed?
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leave  your email and I'll send you the right version, or look on www.tucows.com

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Thanks.  That does what I need.  At least, I can download the complete set.  Still have to see if Win98 will let me install the whole thing (or, at least, the TweakUI component that'll allow me to define
my home workstations to login automatically to the home network upon bootup).
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