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'''Windows 3.1 build 127''' was released on 1994-06-11 and was officially called "Windows 3.1 English with Farsi support", as it has keyboard drivers for the Farsi language as well as the language itself.
 
'''Windows 3.1 build 127''' was released on 1994-06-11 and was officially called "Windows 3.1 English with Farsi support", as it has keyboard drivers for the Farsi language as well as the language itself.
  
It's special because it's the only build that required a security dongle to install the OS. It has two buttons beside the control-menu box that switch from English to Farsi and back. The Restart Windows option at the end of Setup makes a return after being missing since [[Windows 3.1 build 068]]. It has a new program called "Covert". The programs in "Farsi DOS Applications" just show a normal MS-DOS prompt when it looks like they should link to other applications that are not bundled with Windows.
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It's special because it's the only build that required a security dongle to install the OS. It has two buttons beside the control-menu box that switch from English to Farsi and back. The Restart Windows option at the end of Setup makes a return after being missing since [[Windows 3.1 build 068]]. It has a new program called "Convert". The programs in "Farsi DOS Applications" just show a normal MS-DOS prompt when it looks like they should link to other applications that are not bundled with Windows.
  
 
== Bugs ==
 
== Bugs ==

Revision as of 14:12, 14 June 2019

3.10.127
Build of Windows 3.1
3.10.127
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Architecturex86 16-bit
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Windows 3.1 build 127 was released on 1994-06-11 and was officially called "Windows 3.1 English with Farsi support", as it has keyboard drivers for the Farsi language as well as the language itself.

It's special because it's the only build that required a security dongle to install the OS. It has two buttons beside the control-menu box that switch from English to Farsi and back. The Restart Windows option at the end of Setup makes a return after being missing since Windows 3.1 build 068. It has a new program called "Convert". The programs in "Farsi DOS Applications" just show a normal MS-DOS prompt when it looks like they should link to other applications that are not bundled with Windows.

Bugs

If you don't skip Setup Applications, Windows will crash with a General Protection Error.

Screenshots

Tutorial