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RE: If you have already seen this - or are not a windows user- hit delete.

You did what Kitty!

Actually once you get used to XP, it does flow better than W98. I also
love the profiles options.... no one messing with my stuff anymore!


> Doesn't it just figure?  Actually, I've tried XP on my sister's and a
> friend's computers and I like Win98 much better.  I switched my
> desktop from the XP default to the classic 98 appearance and she was
> grateful.
> Kitty

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