I don't think you understand what he is saying. AOL and MS were trying to reach an agreement to include AOL in Xp in other words when you install XP you will already have crApOL installed on your machine.. Think of it as getting 2 poops for the price of one.
I was reffering to the comment that AOL is making software ready for Windows XP.
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There already is an AOL client for Windows XP, It's called AOL 6.0 Steppenwolf, and is available to download at http://www.aol-files.com
I'm glad the talks broke down! If that had worked out it would have been like having my PC pre configured to crash!
Down with AOL! Har Har!
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