After open sourcing the Windows 3.0 File Manager last year, Microsoft has now released it to the Windows 10 Store as a UWP app. It's available for all Windows 10 devices on build 16299 or higher.
Microsoft has released the source code for the original File Manager that shipped with Windows 3.0, with some minor modifications to the code that make it easy to run it on Windows 10.
From Apple's apology and foldable phones, to YouTube TV, Samsung security, Android updates, bendy Nintendos, and Windows 10 Mobile malaise, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
It was 25 years ago that Microsoft released Windows 3.1 and laid the foundation for the future of its operating systems. Today, Neowin pays homage to Microsoft's last 16-bit operating system.
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've been hankering for a new Doom level, you're in luck, as co-creator of the original title John Romero, has released a new level for free for the 22 year old title.
A French airport using the now-defunct Windows 3.1 was brought to its knees when a malfunction of the ancient operating system caused all flights to be grounded.
As seen on CrunchGear, Michael Vincent has made an awesome website for those who want to kick it oldschool. Whether you're old enough to remember using it, or too young to know what it is,...