A post-Internet art project that's also surprisingly useful

Ah, 90's Windows operating systems, how we love/hate thee. Despite being slow and often abstruse, Windows 95, 98, 2000 and to an extent even DOS shaped how a generation thinks of desktops and their operating system. Even if you've since switched to a Mac or a tablet, there's no escaping the specter of that Start menu or those ominous boot sounds. But we bet you've never heard of Windows 93 – because it only lives in your (presumably quite modern) web browser, and it's a product of the net art-tinged minds of multimedia artists Jankenpopp & Zombectro.

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