The title says everything
Edit: kernel x, doesnt work, ons w95
Short answer: No.
Long answer: Today’s applications barely work with Windows 95, and the “recent” applications that were compatible with 95 aren’t suitable for today’s computing and internet standards anymore. Also taking in the fact that KernelEx doesn’t work with 95, this is a pretty iron answer.
but u can talk in mirc
I’m just taking this in the perspective of someone who wants to use the modern internet and applications on a 23+ year-old OS, which is what this thread is implying. If there were edge cases where you’d want to use an application that won’t hold you back in terms of keeping up with the times, then I wouldn’t mind.
what next, microsoft basic?
Actualy opera works, on win95 from 2010
Can it play Half Life 2?
If not, dont bother.
Yes but is it actually usable and able to connect with all websites while secure? I would assume not
I dare you to access MessengerGeek on there.
Ut cant access cuz, ofs the cert
Yeah Opera won’t work.
But youtube works
Guess it supports the limited amount of ciphers Windows 95 supports.
Also, does it actually play videos?
Doubt you can actually play a video in a usable Resolution/frame rate
in the end: IF IT ISNT NT, IT’S TOO OLD M69