Microsoft backs down on Java claims for the Internet Explorer 4.0

Messmer, Ellen; Cox, John
August 1997
Network World;08/04/97, Vol. 14 Issue 31, p14
Trade Publication
Reports that Microsoft Corp. announced that Internet Explorer 4.0 is not fully compatible with the Java Development Kit 1.1. Users' reactions to the announcement; Lotus Development Corp.'s agreement to integrate Explorer 4.0 into Lotus Notes.


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