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Watch video: Windows NT 3.51 Pentium MMX 233MHz
May 28, 2019 - Windows NT doing the usual workstation stuff - Photoshop, CorelDRAW, WordPerfect for DOS, and floppy disks.

Watch video: Windows NT 4.0 on a Laptop using Remote Access Service
April 10, 2016 - Windows NT 4.0 in its vanilla form is dumb with laptops. Even having been released after the advent of Windows 95, NT4 still can't detect some hardware without the intervention of the user or drivers. Windows NT 4.0 doesn't have power management either, so laptop manufacturers had to implement it themselves. I'm sure it's all worth it in the end though, as it allows laptops to run a true 32-bit environment with great efficiency!

Watch video: ViewSonic E70f
August 16, 2014 - A demonstration of a ViewSonic E70f CRT monitor manufactured in March 2001.

Watch video: Network Install of Office 95
April 01, 2016 - Oh joy! We're going to install Microsoft Office 95 from a server!! Then, my employee Bingbong will write a very important document about the upcoming Kujirafest '98!!! OFFICE WORK IS THE FUNNEST!!!!!

Watch video: Packard Bell Legend 994CDT
May 19, 2014 - Another inherited computer, and heavily modified as well. For a very long time, it just sat there in my father's former (and ugly) office with a reminder that it should never be used... or it could catch fire. Upon finally powering this on again in 2009, I effectively debunked his paranoia. Wouldn't the computer already have exploded in (circa) 2002 if he thought it was going to happen?

Watch video: Tape Backup and Power Off after Shutdown
March 27, 2016 - I've got a server that's fully capable of switching itself off after shutdown. After all, a computer from 2000 is supposed to be able to do that! Unfortunately, Windows NT 4.0 doesn't come with power management, apart from the UPS service.

Watch video: My 486 Computer in Action
April 08, 2014 - I finally got this over with... somewhat.

Watch video: Installing the Primary Domain Controller
March 22, 2016 - The foundation of a Windows NT network is usually the primary domain controller, which is exactly what I'm setting up here.

Watch video: I broke Windows 95
February 22, 2014 - A mishap occurs whilst trying to set up file sharing between a 486 machine and my Windows 7 workstation.

Watch video: Remote Desktop Connection from Windows 95 to Windows 10
September 12, 2015 - Yeah, I gave up on the prank title after everyone bitched about it, so this one is what it is. But now let's make you think this is actually running on a 133MHz Pentium computer manufactured in 1995...

Watch video: Exploring the Windows 95 CD-ROM
September 08, 2015 - 700 megabytes was a lot in 1995, outsizing plenty of hard drives in that era. Since all of the installation files on the Windows 95 RTM CD take up only 40MB at most (yes, they are compressed), that means plenty of room to stuff a bunch of other junk in. You know, the software catalog and that one bumper car game?

Watch video: Windows 95 Going on the Internet
September 05, 2015 - Connecting to the internet in Windows 95 is quick and easy, at least when you compare it to previous Windows versions. After installing a Xircom RealPort CardBus PCMCIA Ethernet card into a laptop, I test the compatibility of certain websites against three old versions of Internet Explorer.

Watch video: The Sophisticated Windows 95 Help Feature
August 30, 2015 - A very important feature of Windows 95 is the well-organized, comprehensive, and detailed "help topics".

Watch video: Quake on Voodoo2 12MB + Pentium 133
August 24, 2015 - Today, I'm falling back to more familiar grounds where all the home users would be raving over.

Watch video: Installing Windows 95 using a Network Client Startup Disk
August 23, 2015 - Today, I install Windows 95 in a very particular way - I have created an MS-DOS system disk, and used the Network Client Administrator in Windows NT Server to copy a small handful of files needed to connect to a network share from a single floppy disk.

Watch video: Transferring Files through Parallel and Infrared Ports, and a Makeshift LAN
August 21, 2015 - Today, I demonstrate two ways of transferring files between two computers running Windows 95:

Watch video: The True Power of Windows ME
April 01, 2015 - A joke video I made back when I was still playing along with the whole "hehehehheaheaheu Windows ME bad" charade.

Watch video: BASIFUK INSTALLS Microsoft Windows 95D OSR2.6
December 18, 2019 - with the help of HIERMA (abandoned project), the smrt way to install Windows.

Watch video: Cool Internet!
April 04, 2001 - Weird video found on a laptop running windows me

Watch video: Doom on a 160MHz Am5x86 486 Computer
December 12, 2019 - It's this.

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