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Win95 FAQ Part 14 of 14: Misc
Section - 14.5. Can I run Win95 on my '286 with 2 MB of RAM? (joke)

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   Oh sure you can. Just get one of those Cyrix 486 processors for '286
   system boards (hah hah)
   
   Seriously, Win95 will run on one of these things I suppose, with the
   486 hack, about as well as it could on a 16-bit bus system with 4 MB
   memory...
   

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