Windows 3.1 rebooted: Microsoft’s DOS destroyer turns 20 • The Register

Yes it crashed a lot. It crashed less than its predecessor though, and kept Microsoft on the path to desktop domination. This was Windows 3.1, released on 6 April 1992, nearly two years after Windows 3.0 was pushed out in May 1990.

Minimum system requirements are MS-DOS 3.1 or later, 2MB RAM, and a hard drive with 6MB free. This means a modern PC with, say, 2GB of RAM exceeds the minimum requirements by around 1,000 times.

via Windows 3.1 rebooted: Microsoft’s DOS destroyer turns 20 • The Register.

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