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Back in 1995, Windows 95 was a pretty awesome OS. It debuted with a usable-by-everyone graphical interface, and made simple tasks like word processing that much easier. But how far has today’s hardware progressed? Has twenty years really made that much of a difference? Can a New Nintendo 3DS XL run Windows 95?
Well, yes. Yes it can.
In a bizarre video published on YouTube by Shutterbug20001, the 3DS XL boots into Windows 95 quite happily but it is (obviously) noticeably slow. Look, you’re not going to play Quake on this thing, but it’s the proof of concept that’s impressive here. Remember, Windows 95 was a desktop grade operating system, and it’s running here on a handheld gaming system.
If you fancy a go at playing software’s version of Dr. Frankenstein, you can check out this link for more information and get stuck in some weekend DIY. But for now, have a look at the little 3DS that can below.