The "real world" version is ridiculous to 100% of the world, even the criminals.
Why is there any doubt about the illegality of the "on-line" version?
Nostalgia has its place somewhere on the internet, but this is supposed to be a news site.
Considering that Microsoft announced the "death"(a.k.a. "Extended Support End Date") of Windows 95 to have been in 2001, the news should read:
"Windows 95 would have turned 20 if Microsoft hadn't euthanized it"
Yes, I'm a Linux user. That has nothing to do with my dislike of Windows.
Before I was a Linux user, I hated Windows. How could one like a company that was responsible for autoexec.bat and config.sys. So many hours fiddling with these files just to get games to work. That's why as soon as OS2 came out, I tried that.
Unfortunately, the fact that "everyone else" uses Windows means that one has to have Windows. Even just to maintain some level of "most of the world" compatibility.
Just because the people/companies in Greece are not paying for it, doesn't make the electricity free. The "rest of the world" is paying for the electricity by loaning the Greek government money.
People use the word "free" much to freely.
Real programs don't eat cache.