In Windows 95, 98, and Me, the Registry is contained in two hidden files in your Windows directory, called USER.DAT and SYSTEM.DAT.
There are several files in Windows 98, far more than just two.
The ATTRIB command displays or changes the read-only, archive, system, and hidden attributes assigned to files
JPEG files can be viewed in Internet Explorer / Windows Explorer with no additional software.
Because Windows 98 doesn't support reading or writing NTFS partitions.
The Windows 95/98 registry is contained in two files, System.dat and User.dat.
user.dat and system.dat
There is no way to downgrade from Windows XP to Windows 98 without formatting.
There are several possible methods: 1. Burn a CD on the Windows 98 computer with the files you want to transfer. 2. Purchase a USB Flash drive and drag files from the Windows 98 computer onto it. Then plug the drive into the Vista computer and drag them back. 3. Share a folder over a network connection. 4. Use floppies.
in Windows 98 it's for the find files command
Just reload Windows 98, all your files should still be available but you may have to hunt for them.
Windows 98 has no built-in support for NTFS. This is not a problem, but a missing feature.
Yes. If you insert your Windows XP CD while Windows 98 is running, it will ask you if you'd like to upgrade. It will then copy some basic files to the hard drive and restart.
.drv files aren't meant to be "opened" in the typical sense. They are drivers for older versions of Windows, such as Windows 3.1, 95, or 98.
Io.sys win.com msdos.sys
FAT and FAT32
Lots of files are common between the three systems. ddraw.dll, comctl32.dll, nt.dll, etc...
i have solution which is not sure. that is; copy windows98 isntallation files from windows98cd, and paste that files to usb memory or sdcard, and run installation file on windows ce. maybe we can run installation files woth problem messages so we have to find another ways
Windows 98 home publishing is for Windows 98. Windows 98 programs don't work well on Windows XP sometimes.
There are no unique features of Windows 98, nothing is unique about Windows 98.
In Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, and XP, with Explorer open, select Tools and Folder Options from the top menu. Select the View tab. Click the "Show hidden files and folders" radio button. Uncheck the "Hide protected operating system files" button -- it will warn you about this, accept and click the OK button on the Folder Options window. This will only apply to the current folder; if you want to apply it to every folder on the computer, instead of clicking OK, click Apply, and then click the "Apply to All Folders" button at the top of the window before clicking OK to close the window. In Windows Vista and 7, open Control Panel and select Folder Options. Click the View tab. Click the "Show hidden files and folders" radio button. Uncheck the "Hide protected operating system files" button -- it will warn you about this, accept and click the OK button on the Folder Options window. In Vista and 7, it applies to all folders automatically.
Windows 98 has a very unreliable file system (FAT32) and does not actively protect against system files becoming damaged or deleted. If the system is still usable, you can restore them by going to Start > Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Information, and selecting Tools > System File Checker. If the system is unbootable, you can reinstall Windows 98 without losing any data.
No reason why not. Windows XP should be able to read disks created with Windows 98 without any problems. OpenOffice is capable of reading a wide variety of files.
Windows 98 came out in the year of 1998 that's why it's windows 98.