With the success of Windows 95, Microsoft should have made a cross-platform using that tool. It still has a few loyal followers though just maybe for the sake of nostalgia. Electron software network is the scrounge of Microsoft. Many internal developers prefer it over their own internal tools, such that even Microsoft Teams is based on the framework.
Felix Riesenberg, a software engineer at Slack – another Electron app has released Windows 95 in the form of a massive 129 MB Electron app. This app can run on Windows, Mac or Linux.
Though the app is not perfect it is able to run multiple applications like Wordpad or Freecell work. Some other apps like the ancient browser, unfortunately, cannot load pages maybe needs a little tweaking perhaps Winsock can do the trick.
Folks out there remember hitting the Start Menu, get started head on to find the package at Github here.
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