A spring cleaning for Windows
With the arrival of the new Windows 98 computer operating system imminent (some say June) it may be time for many of us to finally learn the ins and outs of Windows 95. Like the vast majority of computer users, you probably found Windows 95 very frustrating at first, but learned to live with its shortcomings, and now find it, well, adequate. The fact is, Windows 95 can be customized extensively and will do a lot more than the manuals tell you.
While the computer geniuses at Microsoft have been busy for the past three years making Windows 95 obsolete, skilled users working in the real world have spent a lot of time and effort to find out how to drag the convenience and ease of operation out of their computer. They’re more than willing to share their insights for free at the websites listed below, and can provide you with a multitude of tips and tricks to make your computer work the way you want it to.