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Windows 95

Installation Steps

-Step 12-

-Finalizing The Computer's Configuration

-The first time Windows 95 is started after Setup reboots your machine it will take a long time to initialize. This is because Windows 95 is verifying that all the files were installed properly, and that your machine is configured correctly.

-When the "Starting Windows 95 For The First Time" screen disappears, Setup makes the last few adjustments to your configuration. This includes setting up any Plug and Play devices on your system, setting up your control panels, converting all your Program Manager Groups (If you installed over Windows 3.1x) to folders on the Start button's Program Menu, setting up the Windows Help system for its first use, and selecting the Time Zone in which this computer operates. Once this operation is complete, you will see the Windows 95 Desktop and be ready to use the new operating system.

Hardware Requirements

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Step #1 - Scandisk Checks Your Hard Drive

Step #2 - Choosing The Windows 95 Directory

Step #3 - Checking For Available Disk Space

Step #4 - The "Get Connected" Dialog Box

Step #5 - The 'Setup Options' dialog box

Step #6 - "About" dialog box

Step #7 - The Hardware Detection Phase

Step #8 - Choosing The Components Of A Custom Install

Step #9 - The "Computer Settings" dialog box

Step #10 - Creating An Emergency Startup Disk

Step #11 - Installing The Source Files

Step #12 - Finalizing The Computer's Configuration

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