W95 review program

  woody 11:09 10 Apr 04
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I have an original box of bits containing the W95 preview.
The license states "nontransferable".
Is there a museum that would be interested in it (free) ?I presume such a place would be able to get permission from bill to have it.

Or do i just put it in the bin with some other "clear out" stuff.

At least my wife is happy because she can now see the carpet in places!

  Diodorus Siculus 12:33 10 Apr 04

I've often wondered the same about old software - I've bits and pieces going back to DOS3 as well as Windows 2 and 3.1 / 3.11. Windows 2 I have on a PC but 3.11 I have no use for. Don't know who could make use of these; still, as they are all in the attic so don't get in my way.

  Graham ® 13:07 10 Apr 04

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