AOL releases new Mac software…and it only took 5 years

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AOL has jumped into the new millenium, finally, and is doing its best to scrape away that tarnished image it has as an over-price ISP, and reinvent itself as a services provider. With that in mind, they have released a new beta version of their modernized software for the Mac. It’s called AOL Desktop.

It combines email, IM, and web browsing into one application, much like the AOL software of old. It has a modernized feel though, and is actually kind of neat.

You can check it out here.

via ArsTechnica

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