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At that time I had the 27 floppies version I couldn't install nor Plus! nor OSR/2 due to lack of CD reader. Came the CD came Win98 came the crashes with the screensaver; reverted but to NT4. Lasted until Win98 SE, then skipped everything until XP. On the oldest PC I installed Win Me and I'm one of the only three people satisfied with it.
I once came across a spreadsheet tool that was way better than Excel. It had infinite rows and columns and you can do multi-freezed rows so that one section stayed on top until the next section was in view to replace it. I couldn't remember where I saw that though.
Gedea and Encarta. The old times of Encyclopaedias on CD, when there was no Internet connection at all (the existing services costed about a quarter of the average monthly wage for 64kbps ISDN or 1€/minute for 56k PSTN) nor wikipedia or similar.
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