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Windows Nashville (also known as Cleveland as well as Windows 96 in some files such as setupc.inf) is a canceled project developed by Microsoft, which was an attempt to merge the internet and the classic desktop together. At the moment, the only confirmed build is 4.10.999, although other builds are rumored to exist. There is also at least one scene-leaked "Plus! Pack" build for Windows Nashville, which is build 4.70.1055. Most, if not all, of the functionality slated for "Nashville" was merged into the "Memphis" project, which eventually became Windows 98. Known features meant for "Nashville" included Internet Explorer 4, desktop integration with the web (which was eventually released as Active Desktop), and a PIM suite, which in time became Outlook Express.