TEABROOKE is the blogging home of Brian Honey. I blog about the web, social media, branding, SEO and general tech stuff.
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Goodness gracious… MS-DOS 5, and everything from Windows 3.1 forward look SO familiar! I can still remember, getting the shipment of twenty-plus 3.5-inch floppy disks for Windows NT 3.1, and plugging them in, one after another.
Amazing how much some things have changed, and how similar some UI items are to the UI bits of old.
What are some of your memories of old Windows versions?
Very cool tool here. A regular folder on your Windows 7 system, when named with a very specific text string at the end, transforms itself into a special Control Panel-like folder with 287 individual settings for Windows. Some of the settings are accessible elsewhere, but many are accessed only through editing of the Windows Registry.