NET Framework 2 and the System Policy Editor for Windows 98SE. The only things missing are the other unofficial service packs and update packs that are floating around.
But there should be nothing critical from those packs missing from Auto-Patcher.
It is compatible just like Windows v3.1 is still compatible.
You may not see the fancy stuff people use now - but standard HTML will still work and be displayed. Second - instead of downloading a 276MB file with programs that are going to try to muck up your computer - why not go to download the 100MB optional updates as well as the 76MB main updates in their "All In One" area?
there has GOT to be an unofficial download somewhere where I can get these!!!
I just formatted a Windows 98 computer and reinstalled Windows 98 SE and it runs worse than it did when ran with all the junk from the guy who threw the computer out on it!!!
To make sure your computer and devices are performing to their max, you need to make sure you have the latest drivers installed on your computer.First - this is what Virtual PC was created for, and Second - you would then have virtualized CD-ROMs, floppy drives, and everything else and they are all standardized so you only have to look for that one kind of a device, download those drivers, and not worry about the fact that you have the latest whiz-bang equipment. If you were going to use the Apple ][ emulator - I'd suggest Cider Press. It isn't even true that Windows v3.1 can not use multi-gigabyte disk drives or memory.Virtual PC translates your requests into whatever your current device uses. The virtual 98se thinks it is writing to a compatible ethernet connection. There actually are programs out there that will allow you to either make ram drives to use the large amounts of memory you have and large disk drives can be partitioned down into smaller ones.The thing is - I could do it and it didn't require any kind of special program to do it even. It was a special order card but the software that accessd it came from Applied Engineering from all the way back in the 1980s.When they only dreamed of having huge memory cards. All of those older systems will still work with the internet just like the ][ , //e, //c, //gs, Lisa Mac and even the original Macintosh, Amiga, and Atari systems will work with the internet.
I realize that it is almost a year after this topic was first posted but I just decided to install Windows 98se onto a system and came across this. So things that were included after version three(v3) of HTML - WILL BE IGNORED. The thing about HTML, XML, CSS, and any other part to the web specifically states that if the commands are not recognized - they must be ignored.