Windows 95 CD & Boot Disk


Windows 95 CD & Boot Disk

The Windows 95 CD was not bootable, so a floppy boot disk is required for most systems. If you do not need the boot disk (you already have a working system or a DOS boot disk), then you may choose the "No Boot Disk" option.

The CD is newly written onto a high quality CD-ROM discs, boot disk is newly imaged onto a Sony 1.44mb floppy disk.

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from WinWorld:

Windows 95 offered, at long last, a well designed document-oriented desktop shell that worked much like the 1984 Macintosh Finder. It also included a new way of finding installed applications through a "Start" menu. And it included the same networking abilities as Windows for Workgroups.

It integrated the ability to run 32-bit applications similar to Windows NT or Windows 3.1 with Win32s. It no longer ran on a separate DOS product. But Windows 95 was not a pure "32-bit" OS: It was still based around the framework of Windows 3.x, 2.x and 1.x. It still ran on top of DOS, but bundled its own special "Windows 95" DOS (AKA MS-DOS 7). It could even still make use of DOS drivers.

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