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ReadySelectStart

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  1. That's some great meta right there. I think though I'm just an exception to the rule.
  2. RM Connect rings a bell, I doubt my school would even know if I reached out to them. But those RM machines and the BBC Micro we had definitely made school more enjoyable.
  3. Thank you I did briefly own a HP Omnibook that ran Windows 2000. I cannot recall it very well other than it being like Windows Me but stable. How comes you like 2000 so much? For me the best versions of Windows ever would be 98SE, XP, 7 and 10. I know the latter is controversial.
  4. I think my primary school(elementary) had Windows NT, but I cannot remember so omitted it EDIT: Just searched the the computers they had were RM Nimbus (Unsure of the specific model). They seemed to have shipped with MS DOS or Windows 3.0, though I'm sure I recall seeing the NT splash screen? We are talking 25 odd years ago now though
  5. Hey all, I am from the YouTube channel ReadySelectStart. Came across this forum when looking for a USB driver for Win95 OSR2.5. Seems like a great community that I am looking forward to being part of :) Been a huge user of Windows since 1994. I have used 3.1, 95, 98, ME, XP, Server 2003, Vista, 7, 8 and of course 10.
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