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WIN95Microsoft Windows 95 Operating System
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WindowsXP is the latest version of Windows, based on 32-bit BIT technology, whereas Win95 is an adaptation and extension of earlier DOS-based systems.
Win98 is more stable than its predecessor, with many bug fixes and improvements to the system's basic operations, though it, like Win95, is still perched like an elephant on the rickety platform of MS-DOS.
While many developers have released Win95 versions of their software, however, not all have gone to 32-bit releases.
0, users can take advantage of Win95 object linking and embedding (OLE) technology to communicate with other OLE-aware Windows applications, such as Excel, Visual Basic, and Visual C/C++.
Our test put a particularly heavy strain on Win95 because many of the application programs we have were designed for Windows 3.
This time, Microsoft has lined up a network of outsourcing partners to do most of the heavy lifting, so the Win95 rollout should proceed a good deal more smoothly.
To obtain the full benefits of Win95, many hardware and software developers have enhanced their products.