This sounds like a fun topic, so I'll contribute some of my screenshots:
What's wrong with this picture?
Note that the OS doesn't appear to match the GUI. Basically, I'm running Windows for Workgroups 3.11 over Windows 95 OSR2's DOS (7.1) with the aid of a simple patch to the IO.SYS.
Now for more some fun...
Yes, that's another legitimate screenshot. All I did was typed a bunch of nonsense into the Run dialog box in Program Manager to achieve this effect. You can do this in newer versions of Windows as well by opening up progman.exe and selecting File - Run, and then type whatever you want.
When was the last time you saw that
much memory free on Windows 3.x? It's amazing how well it flies on a P3 with 512 MB of RAM. I reduced the colors from 24-bit to 16-color VGA and avoided loading unnecessary TSRs in order to maximize the amount of free RAM and resources on startup. Not content with that, I went even further to save yet another 5 kilobytes of RAM and 1% of system resources...
This time I tampered with the system.ini file and changed the shell from progman.exe to clock.exe. So with only the clock open, how did I manage to take a screenshot? Simple. I hacked, er edited another line in the system.ini to treat pbrush.exe as my "screen saver."
Who says I can't run Lynx in Windows 3.x?
OK, I admit it's not the Win32 port of Lynx, but it is a DOS port. The title bar can't be dynamically changed AFAIK, so I sort of faked it by using that URL as the description for a shortcut in Program Manager.
If anyone likes what I have posted so far, I'll see what screenshots I have on some other OSes next time I get a chance....
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