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    run Windows 95 in your web browser

    here the link to it

    https://win95.ajf.me/win95.html

    it works just give it time to load
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    Windows 95 does not even support USB lol
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    got it working on ps4 lol



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    dude...that's awesome. i hope we can bring older $#@! like this back. i remember Win 3.1. anyone remember that?
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    I remember My Briefcase and having 56k modem lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacP View Post
    I remember My Briefcase and having 56k modem lol
    how was it like in the 40s?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Omar View Post
    dude...that's awesome. i hope we can bring older $#@! like this back. i remember Win 3.1. anyone remember that?
    Yes and I remember the big huge floppy discs before regular floppy disks. Eventually USB and external hard drives made them obsolete.

    The computer our family had in the early 90s was so slow by todays standards but still fun at the time. It wasn't until '97 when we finally got a Gateway desktop with a Pentium III processor that I was able to enjoy more PC games.

    I thought the jump to Windows '98 was even better than 3.1 to '95. I did the majority of my PC gaming and have the best memories during the lifespan of Windows '98 and Windows XP. Basically the time before Myspace, Facebook, Twitter, and other social media really took off. Online gaming seemed more special and niche compared to how easily accessible and commonplace it is today.

    I also remember having the early America Online version 2.0 and 3.0. You had to dial a specific locations number for dial up and heard the classic "you've got mail". The early days of AOL up until versions 9 or 10 brings back a lot of good memories for me. It was early social media combined with a good time in PC and console gaming.
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    are you my diary? lol yeah i had a similar experience.

    do you remember the zip drives? i think they were there before the external HDDs caught on and after the discs/floppies.

    i remember when i had to call my ISP customer service to get my dreamcast account setup lol or something of that nature, don't remember exactly.
    1/13/16

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chewbacca View Post
    Yes and I remember the big huge floppy discs before regular floppy disks. Eventually USB and external hard drives made them obsolete.

    The computer our family had in the early 90s was so slow by todays standards but still fun at the time. It wasn't until '97 when we finally got a Gateway desktop with a Pentium III processor that I was able to enjoy more PC games.

    I thought the jump to Windows '98 was even better than 3.1 to '95. I did the majority of my PC gaming and have the best memories during the lifespan of Windows '98 and Windows XP. Basically the time before Myspace, Facebook, Twitter, and other social media really took off. Online gaming seemed more special and niche compared to how easily accessible and commonplace it is today.

    I also remember having the early America Online version 2.0 and 3.0. You had to dial a specific locations number for dial up and heard the classic "you've got mail". The early days of AOL up until versions 9 or 10 brings back a lot of good memories for me. It was early social media combined with a good time in PC and console gaming.
    Intel did not even bother with Windows then lol, CPU's then were IBM
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacP View Post
    Intel did not even bother with Windows then lol, CPU's then were IBM
    what did intel do back then?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Omar View Post
    what did intel do back then?
    $#@! knows lol
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    Went through Windows 95, Millennium, XP and stopped at Vista. After that, just been running Mac. But I wanna build my own PC rig. My friend had a large collection of floppy disk games. Some with extremely generic sounding titles. One of them for example was called "Dogfight" I think it was even color coated in red irrc, but that's what it was called. And it was an old WW2 airplane game lol. Millennium was a little better. Got to play some C&C on it. Man it's crazy how my phone is a way better computer than Windows 95 lol.

    edit: holy $#@!, just found the old game I used to play LOL



    My gosh, it looks so bad!
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    run Windows 95 in your web browser

    Quote Originally Posted by Lebowski View Post
    Went through Windows 95, Millennium, XP and stopped at Vista. After that, just been running Mac. But I wanna build my own PC rig. My friend had a large collection of floppy disk games. Some with extremely generic sounding titles. One of them for example was called "Dogfight" I think it was even color coated in red irrc, but that's what it was called. And it was an old WW2 airplane game lol. Millennium was a little better. Got to play some C&C on it. Man it's crazy how my phone is a way better computer than Windows 95 lol.
    Holy $#@!, you knew dog fight too? I used to love a game on Windows 98 where you flew an old war plans and you had to take off out of a hanger and drop bombs on bases and shoot other planes! It must be the same as I remember the little red plane. I was terrible at it

    Those were in my arrow using days rather than WASD


    Edit: looking at that video I don't think that's the game I used to play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omar View Post
    dude...that's awesome. i hope we can bring older $#@! like this back. i remember Win 3.1. anyone remember that?
    lol I remember Windows 1.04. At the time it was competing with something called Digital Research's GEM (which actually was better imo - a bit like the VHS/Betamax story), but that got spanked a bit by Apple as it looked almost the same

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacP View Post
    Intel did not even bother with Windows then lol, CPU's then were IBM
    Well I had an Intel P3 processor in '97 so I don't know. I was only 11 at the time we got the computer. All I knew was that it was a lot better than the computer we were using since '92-'93. You had to call and special order the PC to your liking and then wait a few weeks/months until it showed up. I'll never forget how excited I was to see this huge Gateway computer box arrive. All my friends had better computers than me at the time. Finally for a brief period of about a year, I had the best computer out of all my best friends. lol

    Millenium edition really sucked IMO. XP was great except for how it wouldn't play some Win '95-'98 era games. Vista was the last one I used on a laptop but I didn't care for it. I use a Mac now but thinking about going back to Windows because so many old games are available. Plus I've been informed about how you can emulate older operating systems like '98 so that's a plus.

    FYI, Windows '95 didn't work for me in the browser but then again I'm using a Mac.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chewbacca View Post
    Well I had an Intel P3 processor in '97 so I don't know. I was only 11 at the time we got the computer. All I knew was that it was a lot better than the computer we were using since '92-'93. You had to call and special order the PC to your liking and then wait a few weeks/months until it showed up. I'll never forget how excited I was to see this huge Gateway computer box arrive. All my friends had better computers than me at the time. Finally for a brief period of about a year, I had the best computer out of all my best friends. lol

    Millenium edition really sucked IMO. XP was great except for how it wouldn't play some Win '95-'98 era games. Vista was the last one I used on a laptop but I didn't care for it. I use a Mac now but thinking about going back to Windows because so many old games are available. Plus I've been informed about how you can emulate older operating systems like '98 so that's a plus.

    FYI, Windows '95 didn't work for me in the browser but then again I'm using a Mac.
    From what I can remember from school either IBM or Intel were looking for software company to produce a home OS that everbody could use. They asked a few companies and Microsoft won the contract. Whatever decade this was I have no idea it's what a tutor in college told me.

    Hence the billions of dollars they made from the partenrship.
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