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Windows on the Web
WinMag on the Web
Set Your Sites on Shareware

-- by Paul Silverman

Desperately seeking shareware? Jump over to this month's Cover Story Online for the Web component to our shareware blowout. You'll find download links for all the featured programs, including the best communications, e-mail, programming, graphics and Internet apps. Also look for an additional archive of all our shareware favorites from the past year, handpicked by WinMag shareware expert David Hafke.

If you think VRML and 3D animation are virtual impossibilities for your Web site, check out our how-to at http://www.winmag.com/wow. The online extension to this month's Windows on the Web 3D feature includes a special, VRML-enabled edition of the article. We'll tell you how to develop practical uses of 3D for your Web site and give you real-time examples online. You'll also find a bonus VRML site map of the WinMag Web site.

If you've recently jumped on the Pentium II bandwagon, give the latest version of Wintune 97 a run. We've added Pentium II support to our PC test and tune-up kit for Windows 95 and NT. Download the latest version at http://www.winmag.com/software/wt97.htm.

And don't forget to check out the latest updates to all our regular online departments. Point your browser to Winfo Online (http://www.winmag.com/winfo) for extended, Web-based information on all the products in our current issue. Specify the Winfo number for any product, and we'll take you to the product page at the vendor's Web site. Find out all you need to know about the next version of Windows at http://www.winmag.com/windows and get the latest industry intelligence from our News Now site (http://www.winmag/news). You'll also find download gems and daily tips at Mike Elgan's Win95 site (http://www.winmag.com/win95)

Windows Magazine, September 1997, page 248.

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