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Six months after the launch of Windows 95, users are finally getting what many said they would need before migrating to the new operating system: an upgrade.
This month Microsoft Corp. shipped the Windows 95 Service Pack, a 14-disk add-on that includes new device drivers, component software, and administrative tools previously available only on Microsoft's Internet sites. The pack also includes numerous bug fixes.
Although Microsoft is not calling the Service Pack an upgrade -- to avoid the impression that the initial release was lacking -- that's exactly how users see it.
"From my point of view, it's an upgrade," said Ed Feinberg, IS coordinator at Texaco …