Back in the late 90s, getting connected to the Internet wasn't easy. You had to have a basic knowledge of how to configure a modem and Windows TCP/IP settings to make sure you could connect to your ISP. ISPs generally provided a connection and nothing more. There were some ISPs, such as Demon, who created their own 'complete Internet suite' and they faired a little better as they provided you with a floppy or CD pre-configured for their service.
AOL were another. They provided you with everything you needed to connect to their service. Now getting connected is the easy part (in most instances, you simply need your login and password), AOL have made their latest Internet suite available to all Internet users. Dubbed 'OpenRide', this suite will give you a browser, email, chat software and much more.
Download AOL OpenRide and see how it compares to your regular email client and web browser.
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