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Originally posted by illuminate illuminate wrote:

I still miss Windows 98 SE! Cry I bet DOS would be dangerously fast!



yeah i remember when i had to run a program i had to remember the dos codes and everything for it!! Htose were the days :D
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we used to have a win95 pc, could only get dial-up internet on it though.

now we have vista, broadband is fast, but the pc is slow and crashes couple of times every night Angry

how easy is it to build a win 95 pc? want the old one back!
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Originally posted by Stageblue18 Stageblue18 wrote:

we used to have a win95 pc, could only get dial-up internet on it though.

now we have vista, broadband is fast, but the pc is slow and crashes couple of times every night Angry

how easy is it to build a win 95 pc? want the old one back!


I think if you go for an windows 7 pc, out of recommendation but ive never tried it, but i'd go for xp they still make softare compatible with xp, its pretty cheap to get, well supported and reliable, i support xp all the way.

You could build a win 95 if you wanted but after the nostalgia runs out you'll be left with a headache m8, all the best anyways
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Originally posted by Stageblue18 Stageblue18 wrote:

we used to have a win95 pc, could only get dial-up internet on it though.

now we have vista, broadband is fast, but the pc is slow and crashes couple of times every night Angry

how easy is it to build a win 95 pc? want the old one back!
i wouldnt build a windows 95 PC, it doesnt have alot of the network services as standard.
 
I still have a windows 98 SE machine which has all the terminal server stuff, all the TCP/IP etc, the only thing it doesnt have is TOS packet scheduling, and QOS which is annoying as it means it wont prioritise video and voice traffic over standard internet traffic = slower all round experiance :(
 
If you want a good solid stable machine, windows XP SP3 cut down to bare bones wins every time, although i must say, server2008 is impressing us at our work on VM machines, and windows 2008 client edition which is what we run via citrix on our LAN works very well, although dont try using remote desktop clients on it without hacking the registry to death as they all run slow-as-hell :(
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ive got an old p600 laptop with 98 on.. only realy use it for service manuals etc , whacked a more up to date faster HDD in and it flies, board wouldnt take no more than 384meg of ram so it was ideal
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Windows Installer enables software users to efficiently install and configure products and applications.A DOS program can run on the Windows 95 in a window or in full screen mode. Multiple DOS programs can run simultaneously, each in its own fully configurable window. In many ways, Windows 95 is the best thing that ever happened to DOS.

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