/>
X

CompuServe 3.0 due next month

CompuServe will step out of the shadows cast by the Netscape-Microsoft browser wars when it releases an all-new front-end next month.
zd-defaultauthor-martin-veitch.jpg
Written by Martin Veitch on

Code-named Red Dog, version 3.0 of the customisable GUI will integrate Microsoft's Internet Explorer and viewers for charts, photographs and other images. The upgrade will be offered in Windows 3.x and Win95 iterations. The product will also be offered as a pre-installed option on Windows 95 itself.

Boosting the release will be close integration with CompuServe's SpryNet Internet service and Wow online service targeting 'newbies' and young users. CompuServe also plans to add more content services by the end of the year.

Related

Microsoft to start nagging Windows 8.1 users in July about January 2023 end-of-support date
endofsupportwin81

Microsoft to start nagging Windows 8.1 users in July about January 2023 end-of-support date

Windows
Microsoft wants to improve IoT security with Edge Secured-core devices
developer-workload-devops-team-tech-worker-it-staff.jpg

Microsoft wants to improve IoT security with Edge Secured-core devices

Security
Microsoft: This out-of-band Windows security update fixes Microsoft 365 sign-in issues for Arm devices
getty-staff-pointing-at-a-computer-in-an-office.jpg

Microsoft: This out-of-band Windows security update fixes Microsoft 365 sign-in issues for Arm devices

Security