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did Win95 reach its end of life?

GoNz0

NTFS Stoner
#3
they announced support was stopping for win98 this year unless you signed up for the 7 year support plan. 2k is up in 2 years, XP 4 years i guess, we push XP now as there seems to be more support for it.
 
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sdibias

Guest
#5
Err, umm Win9x has been dead to me for quite a while... I do think it has passed the M$ product life-cycle and is no longer supported as well...
 
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sailgreg

Guest
#6
Yep, 9x is pretty much gone :(

Unless you have a really old computer any OS would work better on it then 95 :p
 
#7
Win 9x product tree will cease to be supported in any fashion by Microsoft upon the release of Office 11 (the next version up from Office XP (aka Office 10))
 

Kush

High On Life!
#11
hahha

well not really i mean its still around! my mom came into my room today to find me watching porn JK. she brought a win 95 box with her and was like my friend gave me this for free do u need it? and also had a ollllllllld ass keyboard and some norton things. and i was like i dont think anyone would like to use that. she wanted to know maybe i could install it for anyone that needed help with their system and i was llike umm no dont think so hehe.:D
 

the_tazinator

Are we there yet?
#13
From Microsofts web page:

Desktop Operating Systems = End of Life5

MS DOS x.xx = 31-Dec-02
Windows 3.xx = 31-Dec-02
Windows 95 = 31-Dec-02
Windows NT 3.5x = 31-Dec-02
Windows 98 / 98 SE = 16-Jan-05
Windows NT 4.xx = 30-Jun-04
Windows Millennium Edition = 31-Dec-05
Windows 2000 Professional = 31-Mar-08
Windows XP Professional = 31-Dec-09
Windows XP Home Edition = 31-Dec-07
 

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