Windows95 (Win95) is an operating system, not a computer, but perhaps you knew that and worded the question poorly. Win95 is 11 years old, is obsolete, and is no longer supported by Microsoft. Even when it was new, it was seriously flawed, having numerous security holes and providing no USB support. It's plug-n-play ability is also highly suspect. It was superceded by Win98 and Win98SE, both significant improvements. Windows Me, a repackaging of Win98SE, was pretty much a dog, too. Windows NT is for networked computers and doesn't support gaming. Windows XP Home and XP Pro are good choices. They're both pretty robust and stable.
as long the computer is after windows 95 it will play
Windows 95 has no direct bearing on the wiring of a computer. Without more information, such as the motherboard model or form factor, it is impossible to help you.
You can't. What you can do is to install windows 95 on virtual machine, and try playing. Most likely it will not work either.
Most games written for Windows 3.1 or Windows 95 will run on Windows 98. Games that were only written with Windows 2000 or later in mind will usually not run on Windows 98.
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Windows 95 cannot be installed from inside a newer version of Windows. You must boot from a disc to install it. Windows 95 isn't compatible with newer computers anyway, and virtually all software that will run on Windows 95 will run on XP, so its a wasted effort.
Their is Windows 95 Plus! Windows 95. Windows 95 Microsoft Internet Explorer as the 3 main versions of it.
Both are poor choices for a modern computer network, as they receive no security updates from Microsoft. Windows 95/98/Me and Windows 2000 all have networking support. Unless a specific network type is needed, such as a Windows domain, networking is pretty much an afterthought, and the type of applications that are going to be run will dictate the operating system of choice more than what protocols are supported.
In the 1980's you could USE a computer, in the 1990's you could HAVE a computer. The 1980s was when IBM PCs became popular and found homes in many white-collar offices of the United States. Microsoft pioneered the home computer in 1992 with the release of Windows 3.1. Even though Windows was not anything new by this time, 3.1 was the first commercially successful version of Windows, and gave Microsoft a big enough name for what was to come-- Windows 95. Windows 95 was very highly anticipated, Microsoft spending millions on advertising to make sure everyone knew what they were up to. Windows 95 was released on August 24, 1995, and 1995 was considered the year computers became mainstream.I hope I covered everything, and then some.
"Help -> About" in all Windows from 95 up.
A 386 Windows 95 desktop computer isn't worth much at all. It is a very old operating system and goes for about $50.00, if that. It's also very hard to find online.
difference between Windows 98 and Windows 95
If the hardware is compatible and you have enough memory you should be able to purchase an "Upgrade" version of XP.
Be More Specific Like is it Windows? and is it Windows 7, Windows XP,Windows 2000,Windows 95, ect. if windows go to an Admin account and go to Control Panel, User Accounts, and then you can change it from there
Do you mean the games say "compatible with windows 98?" and you have Windows XP? Games are backwards compatible. Meaning, if the games say "windows 98", windows 95 is ok (anything before windows 98 will work). But it is not forward compatible--Windows 2000, windows xp, etc. will not work. does this answer?
Windows 95 to Windows 98, and then to Windows XP
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.
7.0 was with Windows 95, and Windows 95A 7.1 is Windows 95B
The floppy disk has nothing to do with the operating system on the hard drive. You can use a floppy disk created in Windows XP to boot a computer that has Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows 3.1, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Linux, Solaris, FreeBSD, etc...
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Windows 95 has no real use in today's world. However, many of the user interface paradigms it introduced (My Computer, Start menu, Device Manager) are still in use today.