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I have win98 and have downloaded most everthing available in windows updates.
Does that bring win 98 the same as to win 98 second edition ????
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No, SE has different stuff than 98, it is like Win95a vs Win95b even with updates it is not the same. (Plus SE has more bugs than 98)
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by:dpiffy
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Yes,
and the difference, as kind of said, is: --98: almost bug-free   --98SE: bugged version, bugs-free to roam.. :) And yes compmania is right..
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