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Chapter 1. What's New in Windows 98 > Windows 98 in the Office

Windows 98 in the Office

In a corporate setting, you're most likely to be concerned with getting Windows 98 to work smoothly with an existing network. From an administrator's viewpoint, Windows 98 doesn't look dramatically different from Windows 95—although it's smoother in operation. However, you'll find support for many more network cards, for example, and you'll find it easier to connect with Windows NT or NetWare networks. And Windows 98 also makes it easier than it used to be to configure a TCP/IP connection (the default protocol in Windows 98).

If you need more details on implementing Windows 98 in a networked environment, see Chapter 34, "Configuring Windows Network Components," and Chapter 36, "Setting Up a Simple Windows Network."


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