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 PostPost subject: Microsoft OS list        Posted: Thu Aug 02, 2007 6:38 am 
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What Is windows 95D and E. I have win95 versions where dos says it is windows 95 version 4.00.1111 and system properties says it is 4.00.950B or C depending on the osr?


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1st, that list is terribly old and not updated for too long.
Please check this list: http://www.betaarchive.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=606

2ndly, if you go to DOS prompt and type the command "ver" you'll get "Microsoft Windows 95 4.00.1111"

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tpemail wrote:
1st, that list is terribly old and not updated for too long.
Please check this list: http://www.betaarchive.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=606

2ndly, if you go to DOS prompt and type the command "ver" you'll get "Microsoft Windows 95 4.00.1111"


the dos version is 4.00.1111 but windows is not?


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I don't see XENIX listed in the Microsoft OS list.

XENIX is a very important OS. If I remember correctly Microsoft licensed it to a few outfits including SCO, who made SCO-XENIX. Then XENIX along with BSD UNIX were used by AT&T to create AT&T UNIX System V.
Ultimately, I believe Microsoft sold XENIX outright to SCO who renamed it SCO-UNIX.

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DORFD1 wrote:
tpemail wrote:
1st, that list is terribly old and not updated for too long.
Please check this list: http://www.betaarchive.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=606

2ndly, if you go to DOS prompt and type the command "ver" you'll get "Microsoft Windows 95 4.00.1111"


the dos version is 4.00.1111 but windows is not?


The DOS version is 7.0, the Windows version is 4.00.1111

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Fri Aug 03, 2007 7:57 pm 
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I don't see XENIX listed in the Microsoft OS list.

XENIX is a very important OS. If I remember correctly Microsoft licensed it to a few outfits including SCO, who made SCO-XENIX. Then XENIX along with BSD UNIX were used by AT&T to create AT&T UNIX System V.
Ultimately, I believe Microsoft sold XENIX outright to SCO who renamed it SCO-UNIX.


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so many??? could you upload them? ive got only sco-xenix :D


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Namronia wrote:
milatchi wrote:
I don't see XENIX listed in the Microsoft OS list.

XENIX is a very important OS. If I remember correctly Microsoft licensed it to a few outfits including SCO, who made SCO-XENIX. Then XENIX along with BSD UNIX were used by AT&T to create AT&T UNIX System V.
Ultimately, I believe Microsoft sold XENIX outright to SCO who renamed it SCO-UNIX.


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so many??? could you upload them? ive got only sco-xenix :D

BSD is still available today. As for SCO Unix, I have both OpenServer (based on SVR5) and UnixWare 7 (also based on SVR5) but they'd be considered as warez I think...


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hjort wrote:
DORFD1 wrote:
tpemail wrote:
1st, that list is terribly old and not updated for too long.
Please check this list: http://www.betaarchive.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=606

2ndly, if you go to DOS prompt and type the command "ver" you'll get "Microsoft Windows 95 4.00.1111"


the dos version is 4.00.1111 but windows is not?


The DOS version is 7.0, the Windows version is 4.00.1111


windows is not 4.00.1111 it is either windows 95 version 4.00.950(A, B, or C)

show me where it says 4.00.1111 in windows 95.


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DORFD1 wrote:

windows is not 4.00.1111 it is either windows 95 version 4.00.950(A, B, or C)

show me where it says 4.00.1111 in windows 95.

Get yourself a copy of Windows 95 OSR 2.1, open a Command Prompt, type "ver". Chances are you'll see this version number.


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empireum wrote:
DORFD1 wrote:

windows is not 4.00.1111 it is either windows 95 version 4.00.950(A, B, or C)

show me where it says 4.00.1111 in windows 95.

Get yourself a copy of Windows 95 OSR 2.1, open a Command Prompt, type "ver". Chances are you'll see this version number.


Get yourself a copy of Windows 95 OSR 2.1 and open up system properties. I bet it won't say 4.00.1111 there I bet it will say 4.00.950B


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sat Aug 04, 2007 1:54 am 
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the first says 950, the 2nd says 950, the b says 950b and for me the c says 1111


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DORFD1 wrote:
empireum wrote:
DORFD1 wrote:

windows is not 4.00.1111 it is either windows 95 version 4.00.950(A, B, or C)

show me where it says 4.00.1111 in windows 95.

Get yourself a copy of Windows 95 OSR 2.1, open a Command Prompt, type "ver". Chances are you'll see this version number.


Get yourself a copy of Windows 95 OSR 2.1 and open up system properties. I bet it won't say 4.00.1111 there I bet it will say 4.00.950B

Noone was talking about System Properties. I was talking about the "ver" command which will indeed show 4.00.1111 on OSR2.x.


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