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Microsoft Plus! For Operating system enhancement package Microsoft Plus! Is a discontinued commercial enhancement product.
The last edition is the Plus! SuperPack, which includes an assortment of screensavers, themes, and games, as well as multimedia applications. The Microsoft Plus! Product was first announced on January 31, 1994 under the 'Frosting'.
The first one was an enhancement for, Windows 95 Plus! The enhancements that make up Microsoft Plus!
Were generally developed by Microsoft itself. Packs also included games and content from third-party companies; for example, in Plus! For Windows XP, the game developed by Hyper Entertainment Inc. Was included. Features that actually enhance the base operating system or provide utility are generally included for free in the next release of Windows.
Microsoft Plus! Was discontinued in favor of in. Windows 95 with Microsoft Plus boot screen This was the first version of Plus!
And had an initial cost of US$ 49.99. It included, the Internet Jumpstart Kit (which was the introduction of ), 3 and Compression Agent disk compression utilities, the initial release of support along with a set of 12 themes, dial-up networking server, dial-up scripting tool, and the graphical improvements such as anti-aliased screen fonts, full-window drag, the ability to stretch or shrink the wallpaper to fit the screen and icons. As it is present in later Windows versions was included as System Agent. A utility to notify the user of low disk space (DiskAlm.exe) also ran as part of System Agent. For was initially marketed for adding features for 'high-performance computers', the minimum system requirements were an CPU with 8 of. Later releases of Windows 95 (OSR2 and onwards) included DriveSpace 3 and. Windows 98 included all of the enhancements included in Plus!
For Windows 95. The Pinball game was not installed by default, but included on the Windows 98 CD. Although is not intended to support desktop themes, each desktop theme from this pack (except the More Windows theme and the Windows 95 256-color theme) along with the Space theme from the Microsoft Plus! For Kids pack (albeit with a different startup sound) and three additional exclusive desktop themes is installable on this operating system via the Windows NT 4.0 Resource Kit. The screen-saver and wallpaper files include images from the, which Microsoft founder bought in 1994. Microsoft Plus!
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This version was released in 1997 and targeted at children of ages 12 and under. It includes three new applications: Talk It!, a program that says what users type using various voices; Play It!, an electronic keyboard with music and sound effects; and Paint It!, a version of oriented for kids. It also contained a 'picture picker' along with clipart, fonts, 10 new desktop themes, and Protect It!, for. Was the only Plus! Release from the division rather than the Windows Operating System development group. Four desktop themes from this collection - Baseball, Jungle, Space and Underwater - were included in Windows 98; the Underwater theme, however, was modified to have its sounds play in different events. There is also a demo version for Microsoft Plus!
For Kids!; however, it only contains the readme for the program and the Underwater theme. The pack can also be installed on if the user is granted administrative privileges, according to the document included with the pack, although Protect It!
And the desktop themes cannot be installed, mainly due to design differences between and. Microsoft Plus! Windows 98 with Microsoft Plus boot screen As the sequel to the original suite of enhancements to Windows, Plus! 98 included the original set of themes along with eighteen new desktop themes (Some were based on popular comics such as and. ), along with new programs and tools for. An 'organic art' 3D screensaver rendered unique infinite 3D visual shapes.
A cleanup utility was added to Windows 98's Maintenance Wizard. A Cybermedia Non-Critical File Cleaner utility was integrated into. Integration with was first introduced with this version under the name of 'compressed folders'.
New games, such as 98 Lite, Lose Your Marbles! And the now popular were also part of Plus!
A Deluxe CD Player with support and a basic 'express' version of were also included. Finally, Plus! 98 came with 3.0, along with a six-month supply of free updates. 98 features such as compressed folders and the Spider Solitaire game were included in and later Windows versions. The Deluxe CD Player was included with Windows 2000. Although Windows Me does not include all of the Plus!
98 features and Plus! 98 Setup is blocked by Windows Me as incompatible, it can be installed on Windows Me by copying the setup files to the local hard disk and renaming Setup.exe before running it. Microsoft Plus! Game Pack: Cards & Puzzles This Plus!
Pack was released at the time of; however, it could also be installed on Windows 95, 98 and 2000. It included the - a collection of 10 arcade games and Microsoft Bicycle Card Collection, another set of 12 card games (Hearts, Spades, Cribbage, Pinochle, Crazy 8's, Oh Hell!, Go Fish, Old Maid, Euchre, Gin Rummy, Schafkopf and Skat).
A trial version of was also included. Microsoft Plus! For Windows XP Marketed as 'The Ultimate Companion for Windows XP', Microsoft Plus!
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For was launched alongside the Windows XP operating system on October 25, 2001. This version of Plus! Was created to show off the enhanced capabilities that Windows XP presented with its updated and 3D core technologies. Continuing the feature categories of the previous Plus!
Products, the product features were desktop themes, screen savers, games, and utilities. For Windows XP includes:.
Plus! Themes (Aquarium, Nature, da Vinci and Space). Plus! Screen Savers (Aquarium, Nature, da Vinci, Space, Robot Circus, Sand Pendulum, Mercury Pool and Plus!
My Pictures Premium screensaver). Plus! Voice Command for. Plus! Personal DJ. Plus!
MP3 Converter. Plus! CD Label Maker. Plus! Speaker Enhancement. Plus!
3D Visualizations for Windows Media Player (Oddworld: Munch's Odyssee, Maxx's Kingdom and Plus! Undersea Wonders). Plus! Skins for Windows Media Player (Aquarium, Nature, da Vinci and Space). Plus! Russian Square. Microsoft Plus!
Digital Media Edition Marketed as 'The Ultimate Photo, Music, and Movie Enhancement Pack for Windows XP', Microsoft launched Plus! Digital Media Edition along with. Digital Media Edition signified the first time Microsoft had released a second Plus! Product based on the same base operating system. Microsoft Plus! Digital Media Edition was also the first Microsoft product to be made available for sale to consumers via e-commerce as full product download through online retailers. Released on January 7, 2003, Plus!
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Digital Media Edition built upon two newly enhanced Windows XP core components: Windows Media Player and 2. This product version focused more on utility features for photos, music and movies rather than including the more traditional Plus! Features like themes, screen savers, and games. Digital Media Edition includes:. Plus!
Party Mode. Plus!
Analog Recorder. Plus! CD Label Maker. Plus!
Dancer. Plus! Audio Converter. Plus! Effects and Transitions for 2.
Plus! Alarm Clock. Plus! Sleep Timer. Plus! Skins for Windows Media Player 9 Series. Plus!
Sync & Go for Pocket PC Microsoft Plus! Digital Media Edition is the only version of Microsoft Plus! To require activation. Includes some of the themes and screensavers from Microsoft Plus!
For Windows XP, as it retains the Aquarium, Da Vinci, Nature and Space themes. It also includes some applications from Microsoft Plus! Digital Media Edition, namely, Audio Converter, CD Label Maker, Dancer and Party Mode and the My Pictures Premium screensaver. A Windows Media Player skin called Darkling, developed by The Skins Factory is included, the skin is exclusive to Microsoft Plus! Digital Media Edition. Space Cadet Pinball returns on the system.
Microsoft Plus! SuperPack for Windows XP On October 19, 2004, Microsoft replaced its two separate Plus! Products for Windows XP with a single combined version called the Microsoft Plus! SuperPack for Windows XP. There were no new features or functionality added nor are the two separate products integrated. On Windows XP Media Center Edition the Pack was not needed as it had included the Plus Pack features.
Series has been discontinued, as some of its features have been integrated into other Microsoft products such as. See also. Microsoft. Microsoft. Microsoft External links.
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