Microsoft to fix more Y2K problems in Windows 98

Microsoft Corporation has discovered three new small bugs in Windows 98 that are related to Year 2000 issues and will fix them in its Windows 98 Second Edition, which is due mid-year. The company says that the problems are unlikely to affect anyone using their computer normally day-to-day and that they will not cause data corruption or loss. Existing Windows 98 users will be able to download a small fix from the Windows Update Web site soon.

For more information, please visit Microsoft's Year 2000 Readiness Center

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