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can win95 be hooked up to win98 lan?

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I have a network using windows 98.  can i hook up a computer that uses windows 95?
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sure? using the network neigboorhood?  i can transfer files, share printers, and play games?
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no no i already have it up on my win98 comps, i'm just waiting for an adapter and then i will hook up my win95 comp.  i just wanted to know if its possible.
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