For those tech-nostalgic types who like to take a look at the ways we had to operate in the past, there’s a solution. Windows 95 is alive and well.
The year was 1995. If you weren’t busy watching the OJ Simpson trial or “Seinfeld,” you might have been listening to your desktop computer dial up and connect to AOL, which you installed via CD-ROM. And there’s a good chance that computer was running Windows 95.
It was one of the biggest changes to the Windows operating system. We got the Start button, the taskbar and Internet Explorer, and today Microsoft is bringing back a little piece of that operating system to the modern Web and its current Internet Explorer browser.