The operating system Windows 95 turned into a normal application that can be launched from the desktop. The application is available on computers running Windows, macOS and Linux. Weighs the “updated” Windows 95 only 129MB, and in the running state uses only 200MB of RAM, regardless of how many applications are running on it. In case of any technical problems, “Windows” can be restarted right inside the application.
The author of the work is one of the creators of the corporate messenger Slack Felix Riesberg. On the resource Github, Riesberg left the complete installation instructions. All source codes of the application are also available there.
Link to the project: www.theverge.com