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A two-page advertisement of Windows 95 from PC Magazine (one of the issues in September 1995).

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we tested, tuned, toiled, fiddled, futzed, fixed, played, prepared, previewed, polished and then polished some more.

We hope you have half as much fun as we did.

Windows 95

32-bit architecture
32-bit applications
preemptive multitasking
long filenames
enhanced multimedia
integrated networking
built-in access to the Microsoft Network
built-in faxing and e-mail
new Plug and Play hardware
AutoPlay CD-ROMs
Windows Explorer
task bar
device manager
Start button
Network Neighborhood
and tons
of other
cool stuff.

The Microsoft™ Windows 95 operating system is here. And so is a whole new generation of software and hardware designed to help you get most out of your PC. Just look for products with the Designed for Windows 95 logo. If you can handle any more excitement, check out our on-line launch event at where you can learn even more about Windows 95.

Microsoft. Where do you want to go today?™

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© 1995 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft Windows and the Windows logo are registered trademarks and Where do you want to go today? is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation.

Variants of this ad: 4-page · 2-page
Page added on 30th August 2004.

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