You Can Now Run Windows 95 Straight from Your Web Browser!
It’s been more than 20 years since Microsoft released a consumer version of Windows 95. The OS was a remarkable improvement over the predecessor, Windows 3.1, in terms of the graphical user interface, and plug and play technology. Some of these features of Windows 95 can still be seen in Windows today.
Now, just days after we saw Windows 95 running on a Nintendo 3DS, a 19 years old developer from Scotland, Andrea Faulds, has managed to make the honorable operating system work straight from a web browser.
If you want to run Windows 95 right in your web browser, just click the link here and wait for the emulator to load. It could take up to 5 – 10 minutes, but once booted, all functions of Windows 95 should work well, without major delays, including the classic Solitaire and Minesweeper games!
The emulator however, isn’t in a good position to digest the reboot as well as times when idle. We can confirm the operation of Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge, on Windows 10.
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