9X uses the MS-DOS kernel. Windows NT is a kernel.
all version after win 98..
No. Windows 9x is a term used to describe the DOS-based operating systems Windows 95 and Windows 98, similar versions of Microsoft Windows which were produced in the 1990s. Occasionally, Windows Me is also included in the term, as it is very similar in many respects.
Incremental: Windows 9x/Me/NT/2000/XP Differential: Windows 98/NT/2000/XP
Only computers running Windows NT or later can have a computer account in a Windows Server 2008 domain; Windows 9x computers cannot. Since Windows 98 came out after Windows NT, the answer is yes. -Brandon
Io.sys is a hidden file in Windows 9x/Me.
In Windows 95, 98, and Me, the Registry is contained in two hidden files in your Windows directory, called USER.DAT and SYSTEM.DAT.
Windows 9x is the platform windows 2000 and xp run on, not a separate OS.
There are no special steps needed to install Windows 98 programs in ME. You just need to run the installer of the program, just as you would on 98.
Just run the installer. Virtually all programs will run exactly the same, since Windows ME is very similar to Windows 98.