An archaic operating system from the early 1990s.

Unlike modern PCs and MACs, it didn't have a START menu or toolbar; it had a program manager application. It was one of the first GUI Windows platforms, an upgrade of Windows 3.0.

3.1 was the first system I ever worked with, waaay back when I was four or five. 3.1 was a good machine, capable of handling any game from Reader Rabbit to the Oregon Trail (CD).
Then we upgraded to Windows 95, which had a better interface.

But Windows 3.1 will be dear to me forever, for it was my first computer OS ever.
Por GenghisKhan44 09 de septiembre de 2009

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