Tutorial Home > Microsoft Windows > Windows 9x > Building a Microsoft Windows 98 Network > Network Applications
Now that your network is up and running, it's time to put it to good use. Running applications is what a computer is for, and a network provides you with several alternate strategies for using shared network folders to store, install, and even run your applications. Windows 98 also includes several of its own applications that you can use commuicate with other users on the network. These tutorials examine the ways in which the network fits in to your application strategy.