Probably many of you have started their adventure with computers just from Windows 95. Since then, the software has changed drastically, but sometimes you just want to go back to the old times for a while. Thanks to a developer and application created by him, it is very easy.
Felix Reisenberg, because of him, in August last year released an interesting (and free) application that allows you to run Windows 95 on our computer. The program was created using the Electron platform and is a kind of a remake of cult software that works completely as a separate creation – all you have to do is download one file and install it.
A few days ago, however, Felix returned to users with version 2.0 of his work bringing few news. Probably one of the most important changes is the introduction of the possibility to play cult games like Doom, Wolfenstein 3D or Grand Prix Circuit. If you’re not interested in these productions calmly, it’s not the end of news.
Version 2.0 is also the implementation of Frontpage and Netscape Navigator 2.01 or the introduction of a virtual 500MB disk, as well as system sounds. As I mentioned at the beginning, to enjoy the “new” Windows 95 on your computer, just download the application from THIS PLACE and install it.
The program is compatible with such systems as Windows, Linux and macOS.