Windows 98/ME-friendly security tools

Wednesday, 12 July 2006, 1:16 AM EST

Last week, I blogged about Microsoft's plans this month to end support and security patches for Windows 98 and Windows ME. Given what I heard from a number of users who said they planned to keep using those systems indefinitely, I promised to circle back with a look at which security tools still play nice with them.

At Security Fix.

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