Okay, so then it must be able to run a DOS window, too. NOW I finally am interested to install my Insider iso's. I love Win95, and I have Plus!.
Which, honeys, works the same way in Linux via Wine: you just right click on the Themes.exe file you installed in username/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/Plus! Be sure to have all your .themes from XP or 98 or 7, copied into that folder. I already got the DOSbox window up and running, so I can keep my beloved Lotus 123 for DOS.
I just did all that this past week, and am getting ready to change themes to increase font size in Mint 17's deployment under Wine, of MS Office 2003. But I have a TON of Win95 CDs and installation disks, and at least four Win98 machines I keep running, which WERE Win95 machines.
This is gonna be interesting. Would love to stop having need to complain about Windows. Still need Linux for what Windows can't do, but hey: two's company.
Edited by brainout, 27 June 2015 - 06:58 AM.