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Old 09-22-2012, 09:33 PM   #62
Sil_liS
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Originally Posted by fjtorres View Post
Heh! All the IT folks. "All the retraining! No Compact Program Manager front-and-center! And that crappy Start Menu! Cascading and spreading all over the screen!"
http://toastytech.com/guis/win95.html
In 95 I was just turning 12 and I didn't have internet at home, probably the same reason why many users didn't complain online. Anyway, I found this: http://www.empowermentzone.com/w95annoy.txt, and in it a part that brings back memories:
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What to do if You Hate Explorer

Explorer is an improvement over the old File Manager, but not by much, and the cute little yellow folders everywhere just remind us why we didn't buy a Macintosh. Here's what every red-blooded Windows power-user should be using:

Obtain the Norton Navigator by Symantec. It includes the newest version of XTree for Windows (not the dreaded 4.0), with built-in ZIP and FTP!! Recommended
Power users might still prefer XTree for DOS.
I loved XTree!
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