[Wolves] Free to good home.

Kris Douglas krisdouglas at gmail.com
Sun Dec 6 19:18:24 UTC 2009

2009/12/6 Mark Croft <croftyboy at googlemail.com>:
> i know what you mean with the interface , i did quite like the window
> 3.1 desktop it felt familar cos i had an atari GEM machine at home and
> the look and feel was very much a gem clone i thought.
> Windows NT 3.51 was such a big improvement over trying to get windows
> 3.1 too work on a network and getting it too see shared printers on
> the novel network etc etc
> Also it was quantum leap for programming in compared toodoing DOS
> command line compiling. I even got the debugger too step through code
> as autocad was running in the background , made bug fixing loads
> easier.
> 2009/12/6 Stephen Parkes <sparkes at westmids.biz>:
>> 2009/12/6 Mark Croft <croftyboy at googlemail.com>:
>>> i remember using NT 3.5 on pentium 100 i think it was.
>> I didn't like NT 3.5 as it was old before it's time after 18 months of
>> 'Chicago' interface leaks looking at the windows 3.1 interface made NT
>> look like a step backwards even if it was a million times better for
>> corporate users.

You all have much more interesting stories of your WinOld experiences.

Kris Douglas

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