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Windows 95 Beta

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macman87    0

Does anyone know where i can find windows history info with info on Windows 95 Betas? Screenshots and that kind of stuff...

Thanks.

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akaladis    1

hmm I remember Neowin had posted a Windows history... check the articles section...

About Windows 95 Beta screenies, I had uploaded a bunch on my server for fellow neowinians.... i still have them up there i think... ill fetch a link for ya - i have screenies of many windows versions....

Windows 95 beta was code-named Chicago... great times!!!

/Raptor

P.S ill be back with a link

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KebecoiS    0

lol i didn't know windows 1.01 was like that... looked way cooler than XP!

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Knight'    0

umm, www.winsupersite.com may have something?

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akaladis    1
lol i didn't know windows 1.01 was like that... looked way cooler than XP!

Yeah! Hell did!!

BTW: I still have Windows 1.0(1) on a floppy or two somewhere ;-))))))

/Raptor

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Chicago looks really wierd :wacko:

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akaladis    1
Chicago looks really wierd :wacko:

Yeah, chicago looks like Windows 95ed 3.11 - REALLY WEIRD ;-))))

/Raptor

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damn.... now i feel like creating my own OS :p

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akaladis    1
damn.... now i feel like creating my own OS :p

LOL... yeah sometimes i feel like that ;-) But back then, we had nothing better!!!!

/Raptor

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altezza    0
Yeah, chicago looks like Windows 95ed 3.11 - REALLY WEIRD ;-))))

/Raptor

Yup I've seen that somewhere before too ;)

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Yeah, chicago looks like Windows 95ed 3.11 - REALLY WEIRD ;-))))

/Raptor

actually, it looks like Partition Magic for DOS :)

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macman87    0

thanks mate. great collection :)

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macman87    0

any luck on finding the windows 1.0 disks?

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macman87    0
damn.... now i feel like creating my own OS

me too! after that trip through memory lane.... :)

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Knight'    0

well, you could just make ur own Linux distro :)

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nims    0
well, you could just make ur own Linux distro :)

true!

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xmr    0

Yeah and add to the long list of stupidly different Linux distros out there! GREAT!

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HPMCommander    0

lol, what's easier, making your own distro of linux, or starting from scratch?

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scratch (for me)..... linux is too complex :D

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Garrett C    0

Good times, good times.

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NXPdev    0

Or just make a vs...

... and w95 was like a skinned 3.1

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sanctified    1,220
http://toastytech.com/guis/chicago.html <---- the complete research with screenshots

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Valkyre    0

Ugh! :s

Sure brings back some memories! :blink:

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John    7

THAT'S what i used to use? :s EWWWW

lol :shifty:

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