Windows 95
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Windows 95

Here you can run Windows 95 in a browser and play previously popular games like Miner, Solitaire, etc.

Experience Windows 95 Right in Your Browser!

Want to dive into a nostalgia trip? Let's turn the clock back and explore the Microsoft Windows release that revolutionized personal computing with the introduction of features like the Desktop, Start Menu, Taskbar, and Notifications Area. Thanks to advancements like Emscripten, DOSBox, and modern JavaScript runtimes, this retro adventure awaits you right in your web browser.

A Few Notes:

  1. This is purely for educational use. Remember, Windows 95 remains a copyrighted software, and neither Microsoft nor other stakeholders have relinquished their rights.
  2. By proceeding, you acknowledge potential risks and responsibilities.
  3. A heads up for those with slow internet connections: The download could be time-consuming. The disk image, when zipped, is 47MB and 131MB when uncompressed. So, patience will be key!
  4. You can experiment, reminisce, or learn if you belong to the newer tech-savvy generation. But, bear in mind, your activities aren't saved. The disk image operates in a temporary filesystem (your device's RAM) and vanishes once you exit the page.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):

  • Why does it seem sluggish?
    • It's a culmination of factors:
      • Windows 95 operates on an emulated CPU, not directly.
      • DOSBox, the primary emulator here, is designed ideally for DOS games and perhaps Windows 3.x, but not exactly for Windows 95.
      • Without native disk drivers for Windows 95 in DOSBox, it accesses the hard disk via DOS.
      • Em-DOSBox, transformed to JavaScript using Emscripten, can't match the speed of a native DOSBox, even with asm.js support.
      • The "emterpreter" in Em-DOSBox takes precedence over direct asm.js compilation because of its ability to pause and resume execution, though this affects performance.
      • Finally, Moore's Law, the principle that CPU capacity would double every two years, is nearing its limit.

Embark on this digital time travel and enjoy a blast from the past!

Note: Windows 95 does not always load, since the emulation of the environment on js is not perfect. If your windows 95 download is frozen, then try reloading the page, or even open it with another browser. Hanging up to the end is unclear, but in the future this problem may be fixed if we find a solution.

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    - 02-03-2021 14:29:07
    Wow Windows 95! That's incredible game, i will play it later...