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By the 90s, PCs with [[Intel CPUs]] started to break away from the mold of their 16-bit incarnations. It began with Intel taking the helm of the PC platform with the ATX specification, which departed from the PC AT and related models in a number of ways. The rise of PCs also brought with it the bundling of the Windows 9x family of operating systems, which were hybrid 16/32-bit operating systems consisting of Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows ME; Windows 2000 was based on Windows NT.
 
By the 90s, PCs with [[Intel CPUs]] started to break away from the mold of their 16-bit incarnations. It began with Intel taking the helm of the PC platform with the ATX specification, which departed from the PC AT and related models in a number of ways. The rise of PCs also brought with it the bundling of the Windows 9x family of operating systems, which were hybrid 16/32-bit operating systems consisting of Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows ME; Windows 2000 was based on Windows NT.
  
Playing games for these platforms on a modern system can be difficult but if you are trying to get them working, you should only be using this page as a last resort and would be better suited to read the [https://www.pcgamingwiki.com PC Gaming Wiki], which likely already has information on the game you want. If you don't have the operating system or game you want, you can download it from [https://winworldpc.com/library/operating-systems WinWorldPC].
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Playing games for these platforms on a modern system can be difficult but if you are trying to get them working, you should only be using this page as a last resort and would be better suited to read the [https://www.pcgamingwiki.com PC Gaming Wiki], which likely already has information on the game you want. If you don't have the game you want, you can download it from [https://winworldpc.com/library/operating-systems WinWorldPC].
  
 
==[[Compatibility layers]]==
 
==[[Compatibility layers]]==

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