Microsoft will preview Internet Explorer 4.0, code-named Nashville, and will give a sneak peek at Internet Explorer 5.0 at next week's Site Builders Conference in San Jose, California. Version 5.0 is being developed simultaneously with Version 4.0.
Last week, Microsoft announced the availability of the Internet Starter Kit 3.0, a package that includes the Internet Explorer browser, Internet connection wizards and publishing and server software to help users set up personal Web sites. The new Personal Web Server for Windows 95 will allow users to expose local hard drive files to other users over their corporate intranets or the Internet.
Available for Windows and Macintosh platforms, the kit costs about US$25.