Article copyYesterday December 31st, MS-DOS, Windows 3.xx, Windows 95 and Windows NT 3.5 reached what Microsoft calls EOL, or "End of Life".
No matter what one think about Microsoft (and just in case you wonder, I am a lucid and vigilant but nonetheless big fan. Sue me) one has to concede the bearing these products had in their time and the historical status they gained (I'm talking posterity, here).
I have a strong feeling of satisfaction when I think about the PC and Microsoft OSes (the so called "Wintel" duo).
They brought us all in the Information Age for a decent price and using cheap hardware.
So farewell MS-DOS, farewell Windows 3.x and 95.
It was fun, really.