Windows Nashville is a cancelled Windows 9x release scheduled between Windows 95 and 98. It is also known as Windows 96.

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Windows Nashville is a Windows beta that preceded Windows 95 OSR2 and Windows 98. It is the first to contain elements of Internet Explorer "integration" with the shell.

Nashville was intended to be an intermediate release between Windows 95 and what would become Windows 98. Instead, however, only the core IE 3 was included with the update to Windows 95 and the rest made its way in to Windows 98.

To install, upgrade from Windows 95 OSR2.


Stats/Requirements

Category: Operating System
Platform: Windows
Release: 1995-11-28
End of Life: Unknown
RAM: Unknown
Disk Space: Unknown
Required CPU: Unknown
Type: Graphical

Downloads

Name Version Size Language Architecture Contents
Microsoft Windows Nashville (''Nashville'' 4.10.999)  BETA (''Nashville'' 4.10.999) 39.79 MB English x86 File Archive