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Haha. Windows 95 release dance You make a grown man cry…
Hmm … I wonder if anyone at the company ever used Windows 95?
It wasn’t that bad. But at that time I was using Solaris and Mac OS 7.5 so I didn’t really have any need for it. But it was quite an enhancement from Windows 3.1. Plug and play, working multitasking, an interface with startmenu and taskbar, which still is used 25 years later in both Windows and most Linux desktops, with the exception of Gnome 3 (at least in some incarnation).
I can still remember upgrading from 3.11 to Win95. 26 floppy disks :=) So many of us at Searis still remember DOS, Win 3.1, 3.11 and everything from there, though most of us use MacBooks for our day to day work now.
We have received a lot of interesting applications. We’re still looking for Ember.js frontend developers
I can help with Ember.js please contact me on Skype ID: cis.ron or send me an email at email@example.com
Thanks for explaining that. I also used Microsoft operating systems back to MS-DOS, but that was just because I had clients who ran it under SCO Xenix (Unix for PC that was originally developed by Microsoft, if you can believe that) in the early 1990s, and I needed to support them.
When Windows 95 was released, I had just moved and was in between things. I realized Microsoft had something they thought was a big innovation, and decided to try it to see what the fuss was about. My experience with it was pretty bad! I installed and uninstalled many applications, and had to reinstall Windows 3 times within 3 months because it kept corrupting itself, becoming unreliable and eventually would not even boot. This was a very significant factor in my decision to return to focusing on Unix-based operating systems, and I started using Linux.
Do you need experienced developer on Go? if yes you can contact me on Skype ID: cis.ron or send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org