Difference between revisions of "Windows Nashville build 999"

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==Installation==
 
==Installation==
 
Installation is similar to installing an upgrade version of [[Windows 95]], but it doesn't always work and may BSOD during the second stage of setup.
 
Installation is similar to installing an upgrade version of [[Windows 95]], but it doesn't always work and may BSOD during the second stage of setup.
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Note: This build will not upgrade from Windows 95 if Windows 95 was installed on a FAT32 partition.
 
Note: This build will not upgrade from Windows 95 if Windows 95 was installed on a FAT32 partition.
  

Revision as of 17:48, 12 April 2019

4.10.999
Build of Windows Nashville
4.10.999
OS family
Architecturex86
Compiled1995-11-28
Timebomb
Works in
About
Windows95-Final-About.png
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Windows Nashville build 999 is the only leaked build of Windows Nashville from early 1995-12.

It contains "Athena PIM", which was ultimately released as Microsoft Internet Mail and News in 1996 and later evolved into Outlook Express. The branding still says "Windows 95" in most places, except in Add/Remove Programs, where it says "Windows 96", and in the Command Prompt, where the VER command reports "Windows Nashville". The sliding effect for menus is also included.

Installation

Installation is similar to installing an upgrade version of Windows 95, but it doesn't always work and may BSOD during the second stage of setup.

Note: This build will not upgrade from Windows 95 if Windows 95 was installed on a FAT32 partition.

Gallery