Windows 95 v3.0.0


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Windows 95 v3.0.0


Windows 95 v3.0.0
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Originally code named "Chicago," Windows 95 is arguably the world's most important OS of all , with experts of the calling it "a quantum leap in difference in technological capability and stability.


It was the world's first commercially viable operating system aimed at a broad range of people, not just geeky hobbyists or professionals in what was at the considered the biggest emeg industry.

Boomer, or even Millennial, it does not matter; if you happen to get the nostalgia buzz when hearing about Windows 95, then you'll be very happy to hear that someone has made the old-school OS into an app. Yes, you heard that right!

Windows 95 � now an app that can run on Windows, Linux, and macOS
Responsible for the smile-inducing application is Felix Rieseberg, a Slack developer with what seems to have a strong passion for retro-hipster-OSes. In short, anyone can enjoy the full Windows 95 experience on any modern computer (and even on a Mac) by running this nifty Electron app (since the project is based on an existing web project).

Before asking yourself why, why would anyone want to experience something that has long been obsolete Well, we can tell you right now that it's an interesting experience to see the roots of your modern Windows 10 OS. It might also be impressive (for some), to see just how much software has really changed over the last 25 years.

Some well-deserved dorky details about the app
While the app is definitely meant to provide an educational experience (a pretty cool one by the way), you may be amazed to know that you can actually install era-appropriate apps. Nostalgia lovers can enjoy everything from WordPad, MS Paint, Minesweeper and even the original version of Solitaire.

And, here's the kicker: you can also run your favorite games from back them such as Doom 1, Supaplex, Captain Claw, Volfied, and so forth, even though, according to the developer, you'll be better off with an actual virtualization app for this particular task.

That said, one should adjust his or her expectations as the app relies on the j?vascript virtualization technology, developed to emulate a number of outdated OSes in a browser, and Electron, designed to bring a better "native" feel for web apps and projects.

Windows 95 for the win, said no one ever
Well, that's about it, enough hype for one day. Take it or leave it, this the easiest way to enjoy a quick trip down memory lane and relive some of those nifty Windows 95 experiences.

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