The operating system that sold the graphical user interface to the mainstream masses was Microsoft’s very own Windows 95 operating system, released twenty-two years ago to huge fanfare and supported by a brilliant marketing campaign that got many every day users excited about using a computer. Two decades on, Windows 95 may appear very old fashioned with its utilitarian look, but it still holds its place in the pantheon of PC software development, especially given that Windows is still going strong with its latest version, Windows 10. Steve and Ben recall their time using Windows 95 and how the computing experience of that era pales in comparison to today where most computers and devices just work they way they should.

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