Windows 98 may be old, but it happens to be the platform of choice for retro PC gaming because it plays most of the games for MS-DOS, all for Windows 95 and obviously all for Windows 98.
Other than gaming however, you’d still want to use your vintage PC rig for basic computing tasks like chat and email. Computers are multi-tasking machines, right? Right.
Below is a quick video that shows a quick overview of the basics concerning how to do basic things in Windows 98, including launching an MS-DOS Prompt, how to work within that prompt, finding your IP address, navigating Windows 98 and more.
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