The most likely reason is that your laptop does not meet the system requirements for Windows XP.
It should play them easily. I have games such as 'Doom 95' - which plays very well on my Windows 7 laptop.
I personally use Windows XP at work, Windows 7 on my desktop, and Windows 8 on my laptop. My primary operating system, however, is Linux. On my desktop I'll run Debian Testing 95% of the time with Windows maybe 5%. My laptop runs on Arch.
Their is Windows 95 Plus! Windows 95. Windows 95 Microsoft Internet Explorer as the 3 main versions of it.
Definatley Not. They are all downgraded version and has no or minimal support; You can hardly do anything with them in todays World.
use your password or use the startup disk if it can't start
difference between Windows 98 and Windows 95
1. Yes, you can remove a floppy drive. 2. Yes, Windows 95 supports USB (only certain versions, actually). 3. No, you cannot connect a USB hub to the floppy controller.
Windows 95 to Windows 98, and then to Windows XP
What you do with your laptop is your business. I wouldn't use any network-oriented applications from that era, such as a web browser or FTP client. But games and office applications shouldn't be a problem. They certainly won't hurt anything. The issue is compatibility. Windows 95 drivers for your new laptop's chipset and video card may not exist, which would make running your laptop impossible.
Windows 95 is an operating system from 1995, published by Microsoft
Windows 95 was developed under the codename "Chicago."
Windows 95 was released worldwide.
Yes, Windows 95 is an operating system.
Install windows 8 on your new laptop. Simple!
7.0 was with Windows 95, and Windows 95A 7.1 is Windows 95B
microsoft has a tool to get rid of the virus. i went to the windows update and it only works for windows 2000 and later. it will not work on windows 95 or 98
No golf game was "standard" on Windows 95. Microsoft Golf was released in 1995, but it was not included as part of Windows 95.
Microsoft released Windows 95 on the 24th August 1995.
Windows 95 was released in 1995, August 24th.
Microsoft and Bill Gates invented Windows 95
Windows 95 was released in August of 1995. It was a giant innovation compared to the previous Windows OS, Windows 3.1 and 3.11.
The Windows Update service is/was available to Windows 95, but there was no specific utility for it; you would have to manually go to the website.
Windows 98 came with support for USB built-in; Windows 95 needed an add-on released only for OEM versions. Windows 98 supports FAT32 (and thus larger hard drives) out of the box; Windows 95, again, needed an add-on. Windows 98 included DirectX 5.0; Windows 95 did not ship with any version of DirectX. Windows 98 integrated Internet Explorer into the desktop shell; Windows 95 did not by default.