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Win95 FAQ Part 12 of 14: MS-DOS Games
Section - 12.10. Why do you keep telling me to run my games under Win95?

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Top Document: Win95 FAQ Part 12 of 14: MS-DOS Games
Previous Document: 12.9. How do I set up network games?
Next Document: 12.11. But this game won't run under Win95! How can I get it to work?
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   I thought I answered this question at the top of this section! So
   you can save yourself the hassles of multi-config, loading crap high,
   running out of conventional memory, boot disks, whatever!
   
   Win95 can do DOS's jobs a lot quicker and with a lot less overhead.
   Yes, everything works. Yes, CD-ROM drives work. Yes, network cards
   work. Yes, you can do EMS/XMS/DPMI. Yes, sound cards work. Get a sound
   card that has Win95 drivers for it. Yes, visit Advanced Gravis for
   a Win95 driver. Or just trade your hardware in for hardware with Win95
   support.
   

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Top Document: Win95 FAQ Part 12 of 14: MS-DOS Games
Previous Document: 12.9. How do I set up network games?
Next Document: 12.11. But this game won't run under Win95! How can I get it to work?

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