After the ancient OS appeared on an Apple Watch last month, you can now witness the spectacle of 'Duke Nukem 3D' running on Windows 95 through a DOS emulator converted to a UWP app on the Xbox One.
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Windows 95 is over twenty years old now but that didn't stop a developer from trying to install it on an Apple Watch. He eventually succeeds bringing it to life, and explains how he did it.
Computing has come a long, long way since Windows 95. So what happens when some teens today see Windows 95, and an old computer? Thoughtfulness, ignorance and humility, believe it or not.
In case you never got to try Windows 3.1 for yourself, now's your chance to do so without any hassle. Microsoft's ancient OS and over 1,500 of its applications are now available in your browser.
If you find yourself in a trip down to nostalgia lane, you might want to open up your browsers as it's now possible to natively run Windows 95 right from inside your browser, apps and all included.
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Two decades ago, Windows 95 was released. We take a look back at some of the most notable features of the popular operating system and its influence on later versions of Windows.
The creator of the first Start Menu in Windows 95 has revealed his disappointment with its implementation in Windows 10, saying that there hasn't been much innovation in its latest form.
Still craving the return of the old-school Start menu? Then the Windows 95 Phone from Nokia could be what you're looking for, fusing the classic OS with Nokia hardware in one terrifying abomination.
18 years ago today, Microsoft released Windows 95, the biggest change in the company's Windows OS since it started, introducing features that are still being used in some form in Windows 8.
Alex St. John, who helped to create the DirectX platform for Microsoft, has offered up some details on his blog on Microsoft's plan to hold a massive PC gaming event in 1996, Judgement Day II.
Tuesday night's episode of The Daily Show had host Jon Stewart doing an extended comedy bit that involved Windows 95, MS Paint, the blue screen of death and the current North Korean crisis.
Seventeen years ago today Microsoft unleashed Windows 95 onto the public with great fanfare and a massive marketing campaign. It started both a revolution in Personal Computing and made rivals angry.
While Microsoft may be promoting its newly revamped corporate logo, its design seems very similar to an image that Microsoft first released in 1995 to promote Windows 95.
A judge in the long running WordPerfect case between Microsoft and Novell has dismissed the suit in Microsoft's favor, ruling that WordPerfect's market share was already too low to save it.
Today is Easter Sunday and to celebrate we put the spotlight on just a few of the many Easter eggs that have been put into various software products from Microsoft over the years.
It is undoubtedly one of Microsoft's biggest successes to date, so this Trivia Tuesday I'm taking a look at Windows 95, some facts about the OS and release, and just how great it was back in 1995.
Microsoft plans to ask for a full dismissal of the case against Novell concerning its WordPerfect software after a jury was unable to come up with a verdict in the case last week.
Well known musician Brian Eno has revealed that not only did he compose the music for the Windows 95 start up screen, but he created the music on one of Apple's old Macintosh machines.
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates concluded his testimony Tuesday in a Salt Lake City courtroom in a case that has Microsoft fighting off a lawsuit against Novell, the former owner of WordPerfect.
Testifying today at the lawsuit trial between Microsoft and Novell, Microsoft chairman Bill Gates claims that Microsoft dumped an unnamed feature from Windows 95 because of stability.
Microsoft founder and current chairman, Bill Gates, has tried time and time again to make tablet computing the center of the digital world. In 2002, the first Tablet PC launched. Sadly, the device never really...