On Wed, Dec 01, 2004 at 12:02:32PM -0000, Ciaran Johnston wrote:
>> They're available free in most computer stores, in my experience.
> Certainly the two in Donegal I was in recently had them on the counter to
> take away.
My mistake, there must have been some other patches that they were installing here, I do not use Windows at home or at work,I haven't even logged into an XP machine yet (luck me)/
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