The system allows you to download and install the Windows 3.x operating system and the available free software from inside Windows 3.x. (You can also use the system to install Windows 98/Me/2000/XP, but you can't run Windows XP inside it.) And you can get online to download other software from the Internet, too.
The OS/2-based version of Windows 3.1x comes with a separate installation program that creates the directory structure and installs all the necessary software. So you will need the original Windows 3.1x installation files, but you do not have to install them manually. If you are using the Windows 3.1x installer, you do not have to use the separate OS/2 version of Windows 3.1x. You can also get online to download other software from the Internet, such as Windows 95 (the default operating system in this system), but you can't get any non-free software, such as Windows 98/Me/2000/XP or any other non-free operating systems. The OS/2-based version of Windows 3.1x is not compatible with DOSBox(Opens in a new window), so you will not be able to run Windows 3.1x inside DOSBox, but it can be used with other OS/2-based programs such as OS/2 Warp, Win95/98/Me/2000/XP, and of course Windows NT/2000/XP/2003.
Windows 3.1x is based on Version 7.0 of the OS/2 operating system and the latest version of the OS/2 based Windows is Version 8.0. The system includes both OS/2 and Win32s, plus four versions of the Windows 3.x operating system (3.11, 3.31, 3.61, and 3.71). However, it is the 3.31 version of Windows which is most suitable for those wanting to run Windows 3.1x in DOSBox. I was able to run Windows 3.1 with the default settings, which is good because of the many bugs and limitations of the older version. It also includes the free programs Win32s and WinVideo.
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