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New Windows 3.1 Training Video

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For those that are training for certifications, or just wanting to brush up on your Windows skills, Trainsignal is releasing their newest video series: Windows 3.1 Training.

Glen "The Raptor" Wiznewski introduces a revolutionary new training course for the Microsoft Windows 3.1 Operating System. This amazing training is available on 16 VHS Cassette Tapes and 48 Double-side Audiocassette tapes, for training "on the go".

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Windows 3.1. Those were the days. My first PC, a 286 with 2MB of RAM 1991. lol

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i wonder what it cost back then for this excellent training series

i always love the stuff you get miss a

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Oh man I got to sign me up for some of this !:lol:

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I got a PC sat here (under a pile of junk!), Amstrad 2386, with Windows 3.11 networking for Windows!

I recall Windows 2, I think it was, loaded off floppy disk, and a bonus, a second disk drive, to actually save data..

And the use of a mouse, but they were available before, the awful AMX BBC mouse..I think I have one of those still.

Messing about with the base memory 640k was it? in DOS, just to get programs running, those were the days!

And with that Amstrad, you had to finish a session with the command C:>park

lmao..

I think Amstrad had it with their 8256/8512/9512? range..but CP/M let them down (and monochrome)

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