If you already have a network in place and want to set up shared Internet access, Windows 98 has built-in Internet-sharing software. To install it, go to Start-Settings-Control Panel, double-click the Add/Remove Programs icon, and click the Windows Setup tab. In the Components list, select Internet Tools, click Details, and put a check mark in the "Internet Connection Sharing" box. Click OK twice, and follow the on-screen directions.
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