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Date:      Thu, 18 Nov 1999 16:58:27 -0800
From:      "David Schwartz" <>
To:        "Phil Regnauld" <>, "Jonathon McKitrick" <>
Cc:        <>
Subject:   RE: Marketing vs. technical superiority (was: Judge: "Gates Was Main Culprit")
Message-ID:  <000001bf3229$307560b0$>
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> Jonathon McKitrick writes:
> > Just a question... you mentioned somewhere before that NT kept users on
> > the cutting edge with service packs.  I've heard admins says these are
> > little more that bug fix kits.  Can you name some of the more advanced
> > features M$ has provided 'without cost' to its users by means of Service
> > Packs?
> 	On the cutting edge ?  Yeah, it's cutting something the users would
> 	rather keep :-)
> 	Each service pack replaces .DLLs.
> 	For example, Active Desktop + IE integration, etc...

	I'm sorry, I guess I don't understand your point. Pretty much every
operating system upgrade replaces system files and libraries and adds
features that users may or may not want.


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