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'''Windows 95 build 15b''' is a supposed build of [[Windows 95]], based on a single fake screenshot. Among the more bizarre features, it shows the analog clock and program groups in the taskbar, as well as only two Start buttons instead of three in actual Chicago builds before [[Windows 95 build 81|build 81]]. It is also purported to have a taskbar that foreshadows the superbar of [[Windows 7]] and later.
  
This build is believed to be fake. It looks like Windows 3.1 with a taskbar.
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The builds seen in Microsoft's [[Windows 95 Usability Testing Builds|usability testing video]] confirms that this shell design is fake.

Latest revision as of 14:47, 19 June 2019

4.00.15b
Build of Windows 95
4.00.15b
OS family
Architecturex86
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Windows 95 build 15b is a supposed build of Windows 95, based on a single fake screenshot. Among the more bizarre features, it shows the analog clock and program groups in the taskbar, as well as only two Start buttons instead of three in actual Chicago builds before build 81. It is also purported to have a taskbar that foreshadows the superbar of Windows 7 and later.

The builds seen in Microsoft's usability testing video confirms that this shell design is fake.