Another 10 years. Time really does fly. It's amazing how we don't even remember old threads and have to read them again, even my own posts!

10 years ago I wasn't even a father and in 2009 was only married a year. Since then a lot has changed. I actually still have that PC from 1998 I originally mentioned in this thread. I've not fired it up in a long time. I will have to just to see if it still works. I've not really had a need for a real Win98 retro setup because you can so easily just run the OS in a VM these days, emulating a decent setup that's robust and self contained. Same is true really for most old systems and OSs these days. Good in a way because you don't need to maintain the old hardware unless you truly want the original experience, IRQ conflicts, BSOD and all.