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Teenagers reacting to Windows 95 will make you feel 1000 years old

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Remember Windows 95?

A once-revolutionary operating system which introduced us to such treats as the task bar, the ‘Start’ button and Minesweeper in glorious 32-bit, it's aged about as well as Mickey Rourke’s face.

And to make you feel as ancient as a clunky dial-up modem it ran on some 21 years ago, Fine Brothers Entertainment has now presented this bygone piece of desktop software to a bunch of sassy and irksomely confident US teens, who may have heard myths about old school Internet Explorer but probably never seen it in action.

Say what you like about Windows '95, but at least it didn't see Bill Gates shot dead in the South Park movie. So there's that.

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