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You can now run Windows 98 on a homemade smartwatch

An electronics enthusiast has demonstrated a homemade smartwatch that runs Windows 98, an almost two decade-old operating system built for desktop PCs. The functioning touchscreen watch is powered by a Raspberry Pi microcomputer.

Op-Ed: Oh, give it a rest, Microsoft! Win 9 already?

Sydney - Amid a plague of reports that Windows 8 is dying the death of Mucho No Sales, with only 3.6 percent of computers running 8.1, “excitement” is again on the chopping block with Windows 9, codenamed Threshold.

Op-Ed: XP Mode on Windows 7 works, but there are problems Special

Sydney - I had a few special reasons for getting XP Mode: I needed to access some materials from my old system and to finally play some of my beloved games which Windows 7 won’t run. It turned out to be a good idea, with some qualifications.

Op-Ed: Compatibility mode — A lousy joke for PC owners Special

Sydney - When you buy a new operating system like Windows 7, which is a very good, no-nonsense system in many ways, you don’t expect to have to use old operating systems to run old games. I discovered that just about all my old software simply didn’t run.

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