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Welcome to Up-Link Internet's Windows 95 & 98 Internet Setup Instructions.

The goal of these pages is to help you get connected to the internet as quickly and easy as possible. 

For those of you new to computers and/or the Internet, we will attempt to make our basic instructions as simple and direct to the point as possible.  We will try to get you connected and "up & running" without your needing to understand the technical aspects of doing so.

For those of you who like to know the technical aspect of things, we will elaborate and get more in depth and show you the more detailed settings... where, how and what to do.  Come on in!

 

  • Modem - You need a modem... the device that connects your computer to the phone line.  Modem speeds and requirements are discussed here.
     
  • The easiest way to get connected
    Windows 98... and the Internet Connection Wizard...
    Windows 95... and Up-Link's Internet Explorer 5.0 upgrade CD.
  • Windows 98 - What the different versions of Windows 98 are, and how they affect your internet experience.
     
  • Modem Settings - How to go in and configure the modem settings.
     
  • Dial-Up Networking Configurations - What is Dial-Up Networking... how is it set up manually?
     
  • Network Settings - How to correctly configure the main and optional settings for the best Internet performance.
  • Windows 95 - What the different versions of Windows 95 are, and what these differences mean to your successfully connecting to and using the internet.
     
  • Modem Settings - How to go in and configure the modem settings.
     
  • Dial-Up Networking Configurations - What is Dial-Up Networking... how is it set up manually?
     
  • Network Settings - How to correctly configure the main and optional settings for the best Internet performance.
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Disclaimer:  These pages are provided for information purposes only.  We cannot be held responsible for any damage you might inflict on your system while using the information contained herein.  We recommend you always refer any technical matter that is "over your head" to a qualified computer technician.
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Last Updated: September 04, 2011

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