Windows 95 Running On A Nintendo 3DS XL Is Pretty Weird
We've seen PC software installed on a lot of impractical devices, and the trend isn't stopping in 2016. GBATemp fan Shutterbug2000 has managed to put Windows 95 on a Nintendo 3DS XL, courtesy of DOSbox emulation and some clever reworking.
As you can assume, Windows 95, a two-decade-old operating system, was not designed for touch screens and analog sticks. Somehow, they managed to work around that, which does make the tiny desktop/emulator status double screens look weird.
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