Microsoft FrontPage

Updated: 11/10/2017 by Computer Hope

FrontPageMicrosoft FrontPage was a WYSIWYG HTML editor first developed by Vermeer Technologies Incorporated in 1995 and later purchased by Microsoft in 1996 that helped users create websites and web pages. In 1996 Microsoft released its first version of FrontPage (Microsoft FrontPage 1.1) and later FrontPage 97 (2.0). Later Microsoft released FrontPage 98 (3.0) in 1998, FrontPage 2000 (9.0) in 1999, FrontPage 2002 (10.0) in 2001, and FrontPage 2003 (11.0) in 2003.

In 2006 Microsoft announced that it would discontinue Microsoft FrontPage in December 2006 and that it would be replaced with Microsoft Expression Web.

Front Page 2003 Requirements
Computer: 100% IBM Compatible
Processor: Intel Pentium 233 MHz
Memory: 128 MB RAM
Drives: 180 MB disk space
CD-ROM
Video: VGA or higher-resolution
Controls: 100% compatible Microsoft keyboard and Mouse
Operating System: Windows 2000 with SP3, Windows XP, or later
Other: The upgrade version requires an earlier version of FrontPage.
Front Page 2000 Requirements
Computer: 100% IBM Compatible
Processor: Intel Pentium 75 MHz
Memory: Windows 95/98:
24 MB RAM
NT Users:
40 MB RAM
Drives: 167 MB disk space
CD-ROM
Video: VGA or higher-resolution
Controls: 100% compatible Microsoft keyboard and Mouse
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows NT 4.0 with SP3
Other: The upgrade requires an earlier version of FrontPage.
FrontPage 98 Requirements
Computer: 100% IBM Compatible
Processor: 486 or higher processor
Memory: 16 MB RAM
Drives: 36 MB disk space
CD-ROM
Video: VGA or higher-resolution
Controls:

100% compatible Microsoft keyboard and Mouse

Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows NT 4.0 with SP3