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RR> Does all this seem correct? Is there any reason that I should
RR> keep Windows 3.1?
- Never touch a running system, i.e. do NOT change anything you have
- DO MAKE BACKUPS before installin Win95.
- If you cannot get another computer to gather some experiences with
Windows 95, at least get a new hard disk and install Win95 there.
When you have tested thoroughly, you might consider transfering your documents
to Win95. Some Win95 programs, e.g. MS Access, use other data formats than
their Win 3.1 predecessors. After you have touched your data with these new
programs you cannot return.
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