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islandcat

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I picked up an old computer and wanted to set it up for my kids using my old win95 program. Would it be worth it? Can they still play games on it? I have lost my win98 program and only have my back up, would that set up on another computer? Thanks
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uhhh.. what kind of games? Why don't you buy yourself a new computer? And give the Windows 98 computer to your kids. Windows 98 is about to be completely obsolete in the summer when Microsoft stops updates/support.
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Hi Islandcat
It depends on the games you want to use.
Games are normally very heavy system users.
If you vist our game site and tell them what you use then they will offer the best advise.
Gamers

Cheers
Peterm

Edited by peterm, 04 March 2006 - 11:47 PM.

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Well cant afford new puter or new program at this time. I realize win98 is going to be obsolete and when it is and I can afford the puter of my dreams then my kids will get it.
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Thank you Peterm I will do that.
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