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Chapter 3. Configuring Windows 95 > Installing and Configuring Your Modem

Installing and Configuring Your Modem

Modems and the technology that they use—serial communications—have been a problem for Windows since Version 1.0. In Windows 95, however, Microsoft finally got it right—and then some. The operating system now incorporates a rich, reliable, full-featured communications subsystem that is capable of operating today's fastest modems. Windows 95 is an extensible system that works well with tomorrow's communications devices, such as ISDN adapters, parallel-port modems, and cable modems. These forthcoming devices work at speeds beyond even the fastest of today's modems. Windows 95 can handle all these devices at the same time.


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