Microsoft’s Windows 95 is the successor to Windows 3.1x and was released to manufacturing on August 15, 1995, and hit stores on August 24, 1995. It boasted an updated graphical user interface (GUI), complete with simplified “plug-and-play” features. Three years later, it was succeeded by Windows 98, but for anyone who has wondered just what this operating system would look like on a smartphone, this should answer that question. Read more for a video and additional information.
The team at 4096 created a Windows 95-powered smartphone of sorts that includes classic-looking icons, such as “Internet Mail,” “Internet News,” “Audio Player” and just “The Internet.” You’ll also see a classic version of Microsoft Word and Internet Explorer. According to Steven Sinofsky, former president of Microsoft’s Windows Division, the Windows team already made this a reality in 2011 when they made an early Windows phone running the full Windows desktop.
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