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It was a possible with the Windows XP calculator at least. I don't remember if it got removed with Windows Vista/7 or later. I thought it was still possible with Windows 7 though, but I might be wrong here.
Haha Win 3.1 Great stuff. Miss it so much. Those were the days of .ini files and the desktop you couldn't use unless you had desktop dropper shell, which became popular just months before win95 released, then everyone forgot about it. desktop dropper[^]
Luckily, Calc.exe runs fine from early Windows versions if you like that format. I keep another apps folder for just these old app things. I also Like the old, and simpler, PHOTOED.exe. Note you may need a few dlls to go along with them.
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