Windows 95 tips


19 Responses to “Windows 95 tips”

  1. Cornan says:

    As someone who had to install Windows 95 from floppy disk numerous times I think all those screens are actually in the operating system.

  2. bcsizemo says:

    There are function keys way beyond F12 that you are not ready for.
    Most of them would burn your fucking finger off.

    Oh don’t worry I have a Gateway 2000 AnyKey keyboard with a dual set of function keys, I’m ready for the heat.

  3. iamlegion says:

    My son and I were looking through this blog on my laptop & finally got to the first entry. My son reached out to touch the screen & feel its warmth. I shut the laptop on his hand.

    He says he’ll never stop punching me.

  4. DewiMorgan says:

    Ah, the memories. I remember changing the ‘w’ to a ‘t’ in the “it is now safe to turn off…” message.

    Freaked my Mum right out.

  5. Louis Brown says:

    I would have liked to see this merged with Sinistar. =D

  6. Lemoutan says:

    Surely it’s Windows 7 we should all fear, for …

  7. oasisob1 says:

    You can choose the time and manner of your death. Note: Do not click Preview.

  8. This is one of the best internets i have seen all year. And wonderful when analysed as neo-lovecraftian micro-fiction. 

  9. waetherman says:

    Windows 95 was GLaDOS 1.0

  10. howaboutthisdangit says:

    I notice I’m holding my mouse more loosely after reading about that blood-collecting needle.

  11. signsofrain says:

    I never once questioned my memories of the doll.

  12. EarthtoGeoff says:

    The second-person writing style, though decidedly more upbeat, reminds me of this relatively creepy set of stories: 

  13. Stefan Jones says:

    The guy who did this is also responsible for the primal “Animutation” Flash-videos, and the wonderful “Potter Puppet Pals.”

    • Jorpho says:

       Ahh, sweet Mr. Cicierega.  I think I might still be able to rattle off “The Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny” in its entirety.

  14. Carmen Harms says:

    After enjoying the blog, of course I had to look up “Hyakugojyuuichi” and watch it.  I never get tired of that crazy thing.  “Found a hobo in my room….”

  15. Sparg says:

    Love the VideodromeOS.

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