In a weak attempt at improving my knowledge of regular expressions, I 
came up with a less elegant solution than Dan's. :-)

$os=eregi_replace("Win([^0-9NT]*)", "Windows \1" $os);

This adds some additional handy replacements, such as:

Winblows98 -> Windows 98
Windoze98 -> Windows 98

It's a decent (well, so maybe not) example of using a replacement 
string, which I've always thought was neat.

Happy hacking.


Analysis & Solutions wrote:

>  $os = eregi_replace('(Windows|Win)', 'Windows ', $os);

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