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America Online 9.7
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America Online 8.0
- Oct 8, 2002
- 92.47 MB
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|Software Version||Release Date||Size|
|America Online 1.0||Jan 6, 1993||276.00 KB|
|America Online 1.1||Jan 31, 1993||676.00 KB|
|America Online 2.0||Sep 20, 1994||1.32 MB|
|America Online 2.5||Jun 2, 1995||1.83 MB|
|America Online 3.0||Jun 22, 1996||1.39 MB|
|America Online 3.0 rev 131.64||Jun 26, 1996||20.72 MB|
|America Online 4.0||Jun 9, 1998||31.00 MB|
|America Online 5.0||Sep 8, 1999||12.62 MB|
|America Online 6.0||Sep 5, 2000||103.60 MB|
|America Online 7.0||Oct 17, 2001||59.26 MB|
|America Online 8.0||Oct 8, 2002||92.47 MB|
|America Online 9.0VR||Nov 8, 2007||55.95 MB|
|America Online 9.0 Optimized||Aug 12, 2003||186.48 MB|
|America Online 9.5||Feb 12, 2009||280.27 KB|
|America Online 9.6||Nov 10, 2010||542.05 KB|
|America Online 9.7||Add info||42.42 MB|
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America Online or AOL is an online software suite combining a web browser, email service, instant messaging client and integrated toolbar providing a complete online experience for users.
America Online began its life as an online games service for the Atari and Commodore under the project name of Control Video Corporation (CVC); the service allowed users to download games from a central hub. The developers changed the direction of their work and throughout the 80s worked in-conjunction with Apple to provide a dedicated online service called Quantum Link. This online service was later moved to IBM PCs and when Quantum Link and Apple