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Microsoft gives users of the Windows 95 easy access to the America Online service via a folder on the Windows 95 desktop.
March 25, 1996 MSN enrolls more than one million members in more than 190 countries, in its first seven months of service, making MSN the fastest-starting Internet online service in history. Exchange Server is the first integrated messaging and groupware server designed to provide users and system administrators with native open and secure access to the Internet.
The 22 available languages are as follows: Chinese Traditional (Taiwan), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese (AT and NEC 098), Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazilian), Portuguese (Iberian), Russian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish.February 15, 1996 The Interactive Media Division is created consisting of MSN, the MSN online service games and kids' titles and the information businesses formerly residing in the now-dissolved Consumer Division.The new division will focus on creating and marketing worldwide, interactive entertainment and information products across a variety of media, including the Internet.June 24, 1996 Slate, an interactive magazine of politics, culture, and public policy edited by Michael Kinsley, goes live on the Internet.July 15, 1996 Microsoft launches MSNBC, the 24-hour news, talk and information network from NBC News and Microsoft.