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What is the best Windows of all time?

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Hello guys!

 

I'm a fan of Windows, and I made a lot of money installing !:$

(14 floppy disks + 1 boot disk) So I decided to do this post!

 

Launched on August 24, 1995, the Windows 95 completes today 23 years of its launch!

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"For the first time, the world stopped to watch the announcement of software while thousands of people were queuing up to buy the product."

 

  • Start Menu;
  • Toolbar;
  • Internet connection;
  • Internet Explorer, later Netscape! You browsed in it?
  • 32/16-bit architecture;
  • Plug & Play;
  • Floppy disks, many floppy disks;
  • Listen to music in RealPlayer or Winamp;
  • Made for games; Starting from the arrival of DirectX in Windows 95.
  • "it´s now safe to turn of your computer. Do you remember ? 8-)


Did something mark you with the arrival of Windows?

First computer / notebook, at work, at school, games exclusive for windows!

 

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The first computer I ever used was a Packard Bell running Windows ME (which I still have in my shed!).

However, I eventually got a laptop that had Windows 98. I never got to use Windows 95 everyday for personal use, but it was certainly a crazy leap from previous versions of Windows at the time.

 

I think the best version of Windows ever released was Windows XP. Windows 95 set the template for what a modern operating system should be, and Windows XP was the final product using that template. Microsoft is still building upon that product today.

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