The Microsoft Dial-up Networking (DUN) utility is perhaps the single most important app included with Windows 95/98/NT -- other than Trumpet Winsock and a few proprietary IP winsock clients, how else are you going to connect to the 'net? Yet despite having numerous advantages over the competition, the standard version of MS DUN is by no means perfect. RAS+ 95 is one client that attempts to capitalize on MS DUN's deficiencies but does so only by adding an extra layer to the DUN client and by using its own interface. Many users would prefer to continue using the built-in Microsoft DUN interface but also want more features than the standard DUN client offers. Thankfully, Microsoft has responded to the demands of its users by releasing a couple of important upgrades to the DUN, versions 1.2 and 1.3.
||Free to try
||Windows 95 and versions 1.2 and 1.3 of DUN