Microsoft has granted its venerable Windows 98 software a reprieve.
The software giant was planning to end support for the product on 16 January but has now changed its mind.
The turn off date has now been extended to 30 June 2006 following protests by some developing nations who are keen users of the ageing operating system.
Extended support means users must pay for help to solve problems but Microsoft will issue free patches to counter serious security threats.
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