Microsoft has issued an update to Windows 95 to its OEMs. The service release addresses problems in the operating system and is a prelude to an update of the next release of 95, codenamed Memphis.
A source at a major OEM said his company had already received the service release, which includes drivers for hard drives over 512Mb, remote access services for Exchange and automatic data recovery.
A source at Microsoft quoted several dates for the release of Memphis, with both spring and summer mentioned. Memphis is likely to contain complete integration with Microsoft?s Internet Explorer.
The changes in the schedule for what was supposed to be a major upgrade to Windows 95 reflects the urgency with which Microsoft is becoming Internet ready, he said.
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