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Jean Pellerin Jean_Pellerin at iaf.uquebec.ca
Fri Aug 11 09:28:51 EST 1995

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        Netscape Navigator 1.1  (Windows)

Netscape Navigator 1.1  is subject to the terms detailed in the
license agreement accompanying it.

            IMPORTANT!  Before going any further, please
            read and accept the terms in the file LICENSE.

Release notes for this version of the Netscape Navigator are
available online.  After starting the program, select "Release
Notes" from the "Help" menu.  This will take you to the URL


which lists new features and known problems of this release.

To submit bugs or other feedback, use the "How To Give Feedback" option,
also in the "Help" menu, which will take you to the URL


        Installation Instructions
* Installation
   Version 1.1 is being distributed as both a 16-bit Windows program and 
   a 32-bit windows program.  If you are running Win3.x you must use the 
   16-bit version even if you are running Win32s, because the 32-bit 
   version makes use of 32-bit API calls not supported by Win32s.

   Both the 16-bit and 32-bit versions includes an installation program.
   To install Netscape run the setup.exe program. The Netscape
   installation program will install Netscape in a directory of your
   choice, add a Netscape section to your WIN.INI file, and create a
   Program Manager group and item.

* Initialization File    
   The self extracting archive for the Netscape Navigator contains the 
   initialization file netscape.ini, which has entries for  all of the 
   values you can customize for the Netscape Navigator.

* Please read the release notes under "Help -> Release Notes".


If you are running version 1.15 or below of Win32s, you will be unable to
install the Netscape Navigator unless you upgrade to version 1.20 of Win32s
or you remove Win32.

You can determine which version of Win32s you have in one of two ways:
    - check the WIN32S.INI file in your Windows system directory
    - if you are running Windows for Workgroups, select the WIN32S16.DLL 
      file from the Windows system directory in File Manager. Then from 
      the File menu, choose Properties. The Version line contains the 
      major version and the build number.

To remove Win32s, do the following:
1. Remove the following line from the [386Enh] section in the SYSTEM.INI 
   where <WINDOWS> and <SYSTEM> are where the Windows and System
   directories are, respectively.
2. Remove winmm16.dll from the following line from the [BOOT] section in 
   the SYSTEM.INI file:
      drivers=mmsystem.dll winmm16.dll
3. Delete the following files from the <WINDOWS>\<SYSTEM> subdirectory:
4. Delete all the files in the <WINDOWS>\<SYSTEM>\WIN32S subdirectory.
   Then delete the subdirectory itself.
5. Restart Windows.

Here's how you can obtain Win32s version 1.2 which Microsoft refers
to as application note PW1118:

  To obtain this Application Note (number PW1118) and the files
  included with it, download PW1118.EXE, a self-extracting file,
  from the Microsoft Software Library (MSL) on the following services:
   - CompuServe
	Search for PW1118.EXE
	Display results and download
   - Microsoft Download Service (MSDL)
	Dial (206) 936-6735 to connect to MSDL
	Download PW1118.EXE
   - Internet (anonymous FTP)
	ftp ftp.microsoft.com
	Change to the \SOFTLIB\MSLFILES directory
	Get PW1118.EXE

        OLE 2.02

The Netscape install program for Windows 3.1 and Windows for Workgroups
will install the following OLE2 files into the Windows System directory 
if either there is no existing DLL or the existing DLL is older:

    COMPOBJ.DLL         108544          10-10-94
    MFCOLEUI.DLL        146976           1-13-95
    OLE2.DLL            302592          10-10-94
    OLE2.REG             27026          10-10-94
    OLE2CONV.DLL         57328          10-10-94
    OLE2DISP.DLL        164832          10-10-94
    OLE2NLS.DLL         150976          10-10-94
    OLE2PROX.DLL         51712          10-10-94
    STDOLE.TLB            4304          10-10-94
    STORAGE.DLL         157696          10-10-94
    TYPELIB.DLL         177216          10-10-94

        Configuring the Netscape Audio Player

For Windows NT, you must manually configure the audio player as a 
Netscape Navigator helper application. To do this from the Options menu 
choose Preferences.

Then select Helper Applications as the category on which to set preferences.
For both the audio/x-aiff and the audio/basic file types you need to 
specify the full pathname to the Netscape audio player. Typically this 
will be the following pathname: C:\NETSCAPE\NAPLAYER.EXE

The Netscape Audio Player does not work with beta 2 of Windows 95, and 
will report "Sound device not available" even if you have one available 
and working.


The Netscape installer will overwrite existing OLE2 DLLs with the latest
versions for US Windows. This will not affect 32-bit Windows. For 16-bit
Windows, the only difference between the US and the Japanese versions are
the internationalization of error strings.

Occasionally, the Japanese user may see an English language OLE2 error
message after installing Netscape.

Currently, there are no Japanese versions available for the OLE2 DLLs.
Netscape is working with Microsoft to make the Japanese version of the 
OLE2 DLLs available.

        Running Netscape

What do I need to run Netscape Navigator?

You must have a direct Internet connection before you can use Netscape.
The ability to send and receive e-mail does not necessarily mean you can
run Netscape. There are three requirements for Netscape Navigator 1.1:

    1. A direct Ethernet connection to the net, or a dialup
       SLIP or PPP account from an Internet service provider.
    2. TCP/IP stack
    3. Netscape Navigator software

You can get a direct connection to the Internet through a service
provider in your area.  You will need to get a SLIP or a PPP account
from an Internet provider (for a dialup account).

When you have full Internet connectivity, you need to have a TCP/IP
stack, dialer, and WINSOCK.DLL file.

        Cannot Find WINSOCK.DLL

If you get the error message "Cannot find WINSOCK.DLL" when running 
Netscape Navigator that means your computer is looking for the WINSOCK.DLL
file, which is part of a winsock package (also includes dialer, 
TCP/IP stack).

A winsock package makes it so that your PC can talk TCP/IP, which is 
necessary for Netscape to run. See the "Running Netscape" section for 
details on running the Netscape Navigator, and the "Obtaining a Winsock 
Package" section for suggestions on obtaining a winsock package.

        Obtaining a Winsock Package

You can get the shareware winsock package, which is called Trumpet
Winsock (v1.0) via ftp from


Other winsock packages which we have tested without problems are:

    FTP Software's PC/TCP
    Microsoft WFW (Wolverine)
    Microsoft NT

Implementation (general):
Put the winsock in its own directory, for example, C:\WINSOCK,
and include the directory in your DOS PATH statement.

Enter Windows, create a group in the Program Manager for all files
with your winsock program.

Please be sure that the Netscape directory is in your path located
in your autoexec.bat file. You may need to add:
PATH=C:\(name of the directory where netscape is located)

After making this change, save the file and reboot your computer.

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