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AT&T to aid Microsoft

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AT&T Corp. and Microsoft Corp. on Thursday said they will jointly promote and distribute Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0 browser with AT&T WorldNet Service starting this fall. As part of the deal, AT&T WorldNet will be included as part of Microsoft Windows 95 software pre-loaded in computers that begin shipping later this year. AT&T WorldNet will also be included in future retail versions of Windows 95. Additionally, AT&T will offer Microsoft's Internet Explorer on the installation CDs and floppies to customers of AT&T WorldNet service.

Copyright July 1996 Crain Communications Inc.

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