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Webfoot, The Duck, Comes Clean about Questionable Listing in His January 1999 Column
The OS/2 version of RealPlayer is still available for free.
That's what Webfoot said last month in his column. Was that ever controversial! It generated a lot of email from OS/2 users questioning the accuracy.
So folks, we want to set the record straight. Rather than paraphrase, here's the scoop, quacked by the bird himself:
Go to http://www.real.com/
click on "Products"
then "RealPlayer G2". This'll land you at:
In the "1. Choose OS" field, select OS/2, of course.
Now, this'll give you a Win-OS/2 version (that's what RealAudio calls their "OS/2" version), which runs on OS/2 (ain't OS/2 wonderful?).
Heck, nobody complained when I reviewed www.bikini.com last July, so I figured I could get away with just about anything. I'm just a duck...
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