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It's such a cliché, but if it ain't broke, don't fix it.Or in this case, if Windows 7 still works perfectly fine, why update it to Windows 10?Some of the optional features in the pack, that add functionality to Windows 98 are Meta Pad – an alternative Notepad, optimized swap file usage, better WDM and USB support, Command Prompt Here, and an animated boot and shutdown logo or the Windows 2000 color scheme.You can easily uninstall the service pack at any time by using the Control Panel but keep in mind that not all files are removed.

Although Microsoft never released a service pack for Windows 98 SE, this is a pack of patches available through the online Windows Update site and added a little something extra.Only about half of them are deleted from your system so only use this option if you encounter serious problems that you consider to be related to the SP installation.Creating a backup before the service pack installation, should help avoiding this kind of issues.Unofficial Windows 98 Second Edition Service Pack is a large collection of updates and hotfixes, solving some bug issues of Windows 98 such as the 512 MB RAM cap limit, creating a lot of problems while trying to open a MS-DOS session or booting up.Some of the available tweaks in the pack allow you to increase your 16-bit Direct Memory Access channel buffer to its maximum size of 64-bites, or to disable the screensaver when the Disk Defragmenter is active.I have tried various GUI hacks for Windows 10 as well as premade themes but it never comes out right and the task bar looks funky.I found unofficial kernel patches but they only work after the OS is installed and still the patch is a few years old.Infopackets Reader 'katjh' writes: " Dear Dennis, I am running 2 Dell computers and they are connected by a router.The newer computer is windows Vista and I have been purchasing the Norton antivirus that came with the computer from Dell.The older computer is Windows 98 and I have been running Grisoft Avg (free antivirus) 7.5 for a long time -- however, it now says I can't update it to AVG 8.5 and my computer will not be protected from new viruses. " My response: According to the Grisoft website, the latest free edition of Grisoft AVG (currently version 8.5 at the time of this writing) only works on Windows XP, Vista, And Windows 7.Is there something else I can do, or do I have to worry about it? Likely the Grisoft AVG engine you're running (version 7.5) is no longer supported by Grisoft.


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