dinosaurspen:

Man at the console of an IBM 1620 computer.

dinosaurspen:

Man at the console of an IBM 1620 computer.

kleinmania:

MS Office ‘97 Arcade Edition
Remember being in the arcade with your friends when a weird businessman would run in and use the dusty machine in the corner to layout some quick spreadsheets? Well this is that machine, on a t-shirt.

computeruser-computerloser:

This is what my weekends consist of

computeruser-computerloser:

This is what my weekends consist of

Is it possible to vitrualize Win95 or 98 and have networking/internet?

spinneretsystems:

ms-dos5:

Yes, but the web browsers don’t render most web sites properly. But yes, it’s certainly possible. (I had to tell Windows that my internet connection was through LAN instead of a modem.)

If you’re running Windows 98 you might be interested in KernelEx. It lets you run Windows 2000/XP applications, so more modern browsers are available.

spinneretsystems:

thepancakedisaster:

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mandicreally:

mr-leach:

I am a pretty patient person but if there is one thing I will lose my shit over almost instantly it’s my computer/internet being slow my tolerance level is exactly 0 for that shit man I did my time in the 90’s/2000’s I don’t need any of this garbage

"I did my time" damn straight

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LOL 19 kbps is a cake walk compared to the 4kbps I suffered while using AOL. Not to mention I was also using ME on top of it.

Well…

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markvomit:

triple rock social club. 10pm.

markvomit:

triple rock social club. 10pm.

spinneretsystems:

The computers from Portal 2 and The Stanley Parable, in case anyone was wondering if they were real.
(fun fact, the PS/2s in The Stanley Parable were running Windows 3.x)

spinneretsystems:

The computers from Portal 2 and The Stanley Parable, in case anyone was wondering if they were real.

(fun fact, the PS/2s in The Stanley Parable were running Windows 3.x)