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August 1, 1999
By Pulp & Paper Canada

If you have two or more computers it was necessary until quite recently for each to have its own telephone line and ISP account for simultaneous connection to the Internet to be feasible. The only alt…

If you have two or more computers it was necessary until quite recently for each to have its own telephone line and ISP account for simultaneous connection to the Internet to be feasible. The only alternative was a relatively sophisticated and expensive network, but the costs for this were excessive for small groups. Recently, Microsoft released the “second edition” of Windows 98. This relatively cheap upgrade allows a simple Windows network to connect several computers simultaneously to the Internet with one cable connection, using a standard modem or cable TV connection. Installation and administration is simple enough for the home or small office user.

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