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Subject:Search Engines on CD-ROMs From:stephen lubell <steven -at- RADMAIL -dot- RAD -dot- CO -dot- IL> Date:Wed, 18 Nov 1998 10:52:08 +0200
Does anyone out there have experience with using search engines on CD-ROMs?
And, if so, which engines? Did they run on most platforms (WIN 3.11, 95,
98, MAC, Unix etc) and did the users find them easy enough to use? How easy
were they to incorporate in the CD-ROM autorun.exe structure.
If this subject is too specific for the general list, please reply to me
directly at steven -at- radmail -dot- rad -dot- co -dot- il -dot-
Thanks in advance!
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