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An advertisement of Windows 98 from Wired 8/98.

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Windows® 98 thinks the Internet should loosen up and live a little.

The Internet. A good idea but it should be easier. It should be faster. It should let you do more of the stuff you wanted the Internet for in the first place. In other words, this whole Web thing should just be more fun.

And, with Microsoft® Windows® 98 and these great partners, you’re well on the way. Hmm, suddenly the Internet is looking like a pretty good time.

All these partners’ products and Windows 98 let you do more on the Internet. Check them out.

[American Power Conversion]

An APC uninterruptible power supply means uninterruptible fun. Buy APC Back-UPS Pro® for legendary reliability and complete peace of mind. Never Stop.™


QuickCam® VC is the most popular, easy-to-use PC camera for videoconferencing with family and friends over the Internet.

[Diamond Multimedia]

The SupraExpress™ and the SupraSonic™ II modems now support the 56K standard. They also include Shotgun™ technology for modem speeds to 112K!


The Zip® drive and genuine 100MB Zip® disks let you download and save all kinds of stuff from the Internet.


Take your best shot and share it with the world using Kodak PhotoNet Online and the DVC323 Digital Video Camera. Check out our Kodak Picture Spot on the Web. Fun and Prizes. Take Pictures. Further.™


The Logitech .cam™ Internet Video Camera: Snap stills. Shoot video. E-mail them anywhere. Or make live video calls. It’s so simple even the microphone is built in!

[U.S. Robotics]

Experience the Internet like never before with our 56K* Faxmodem! Compatible with V.90 standard and x2™ technology. World’s #1 selling modem.


WaveTop – it’s fast, free and easy. Just add a TV card to your PC. Get the best of the Net. No phone line, no ISP, no waiting.

Works better. Plays better.

Where do you want to go today?®

[fine print]

*Capable of receiving at up to 56 Kbps and sending at up to 31.2 Kbps. Actual speeds may vary.

©1998 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Where do you want to go today?, Windows and the Windows logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Other product and company names mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.

Variants of this ad: “Smarter than your dog” · “Internet should loosen up” · “Big geek” · “Spend the weekend with you” · “Keep your eyes peeled”
Page added on 4th February 2006.

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