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Author Topic: New concept reimagines Windows 95 with improved interface  (Read 114 times)
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« on: June 13, 2018, 04:39:22 PM »

Back in the ‘90s, it wasn’t easy to create an operating system. Microsoft had to spend quite a lot of time trying to make the right pick for the Windows 95, for example, the company invested both money and time to create a perfect startup sound that was supposed to make Windows easily recognizable.

Codenamed Chicago, Windows 95 was the first major release in Microsoft’s desktop operating system lineup. The consumer-oriented Windows 95 operating system was released on August 24, 1995, and it merged MS-DOS and Windows products. Windows 95 featured a new graphical user interface (GUI), and the new concept has reimagined the interface.

One YouTuber has put a short video mockup of what a 2018 version of Windows 95 might look like. With complete modern features, Windows 95 looks stunning in this concept.

The concept titled “Windows 95 — 2018 Edition” reimagines the old operating system, and while the modern version still has an old look, but the colors, lock screen, Edge and other UI changes make all the difference.


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