From that MS site above, I'm c&p'ing info that may save someone alot of problems.
Thanks WW. [img]/forum/smile.gif[/img]
Microsoft Policies on Software Distribution
Receive an E-mail Claiming to Contain an Upgrade from Microsoft? Beware! Malicious users often try to camouflage harmful software in an effort to get unsuspecting users to run it. Several e-mails currently are circulating that claim to contain upgrades of Microsoft software. However, Microsoft does not distribute software by e-mail. If you receive such an e-mail, delete it or report to the sender's Internet Service Provider.
your welcome, just to keep us safe, I hope. [img]/forum/smile.gif[/img]
[This message has been edited by welsh wizard (edited 11-30-1999).]
For those of you who want to Cheapskate Y2K
It's called Windows, right? [img]/forum/wink.gif[/img]
Beware! Malicious users often try to camouflage harmful software in an effort to get unsuspecting users to run it.
Last time I made remarks re Linux v Windows I got nailed. [img]/forum/frown.gif[/img]
take a look, they even have a upgrade for windows 3.1, heh. This is gonna come in handy for my little twinhead 386 sx laptop [img]/forum/biggrin.gif[/img]
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