Microsoft is already preparing the first Service Pack for Windows 98, to be released at the end of this month. The update, which Microsoft claims will add enhancements to the multimedia features of the operating system, is also thought to squash bugs that have plagued its launch. Users on newsgroups have complained that the fix is too soon after the release of Windows 98 and that the fix includes the final version of DirectX 6 for Windows 98, which has already shipped for Windows 95 users.
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