Exploring the Windows 95 CD-ROM
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Hardcore Windows 95, Day Six
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?

Perhaps it's time for you to find some other mysteries embodied in the Windows 95 CD-ROM. What are the policy editor and the folder "oldmsdos" for? Go try them!

Originally uploaded to YouTube on September 8, 2015
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