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azagahl

"Software Update for Web Folders"

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click on the link u have there and read this:

Overview

This download enables you to update the Web Folders component in Microsoft Windows operating systems, and provides additional functionality including:

    * Support for Secure Socket Layers (SSL) with client certificates

    * Support for non-ASCII character encoding enhancements

    * Support for additional security enhancements

i believe that would be it...........

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What's New (differences from BETA 3, for full history look here):

NEW: 1 new hot-fix (243220).

ADDED: Web Folders update.

UPDATED: HTML update..

UPDATED: UNICOWS.DLL.

UPDATED: MS VC++ runtime files.

FIXED: All reported problems.

FIXED: Uninstallation problems.

:whistle:

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ADDED: Web Folders update.

Yes, but SP contains only Web Folders update's files. It doesn't try to install Web Folders. So if you removed it, SP will not try to install it again.

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you can uninstall it with 98lite

sides only businesses use it,not a typical home user..usualy.

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you can uninstall it with 98lite

sides only businesses use it,not a typical home user..usualy.

i agree with soldier1st 100%. consumer & home users rarely or don't even use Web Folders and I can get rid of the Web Folders icon from showing in Windows Explorer in Win98 by deleting a certain registry key.

see microsoft article 892211 on what updated files the Web Folders Update has.

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