There’s always a market for old technology. People still play and purchase the original Nintendo Entertainment System. I still own an Atari somewhere. I have multiple video game consoles, all of which are old, but there are reasons to have this love of retro technology. Sometimes, games don’t function well on new technology, so you need emulators to make it work. You can run Windows 95 in your browser!
I have a newer laptop and I can’t play some games on it, because it runs incompatible operating systems. Sometimes you can buy old games and make them work, and sometimes you have to work at it with software stuff. The more people play with the old systems, the more people can get them to play nicely with modern systems. I have some patches to various games, I’ve bought some older games that have been refreshed for new operating systems, and there are always less than legal ways to get video game software to play in the absence of older technology.Technorati Tags: operating system in browsers, operating systems, os, Windows, windows 95, windows 95 browser, windows 95 in a browser, windows 95 os, windows os