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giving message to different user operationg window98 attached with lan

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i have window98 operating system i want to give message to different user in their system can it possible if the pls let me know the process all the system is attached in lan trough hub (suppose if i type on my sys at the moment everbody or indivdualy they get the message on thier screen at the time whatever application run on thier system)
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yes, use winpopup.
go to start choose run then type "winpopup" and enter.
the winpopup will open and ready to use.
but your partner must open this software too so that they will able to get your message
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