How it’s working? Windows 95 OSR2 was installed in DOSBox, then the disk image was packed with a custom configuration file so that it could run with emscripten. Faulds claims that “all the hard work was done by the people behind emscripten, DOSBox, and Em-DOSBox,” and the browser makers, and she just put it all together.
A very large part of the website where the Windows 95 browser is located is devoted to copyright issues – use it “at your own risk” and “for educational purposes only”. It also says that the system is still copyrighted, and the developer expects to receive an email shortly with an explicit request to disable the site. Then win95.ajf.me is to be shut down immediately. So if someone wants to test it all out of curiosity, better do it as soon as possible.
[źródło i grafika: hexus.net]