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In the year 1993, the project at [redacted] involving water-based life simulation was greenlit, changing the course of artificial intelligence forever...

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September 29, 2023 at 11:41 AM
I've been downscaling on old hardware a little bit. One of my monitors is going out the door soon.

September 26, 2023 at 04:05 AM
In addition to the new release of Infsect, I've updated the network boot disks listed in my Windows PXE install guide to make use of this version, and some new disks have been added with other DOS network drivers. Windows 95D Lite 1.6a, a minor bugfix release, is soon to follow!

September 25, 2023 at 01:48 PM
I've spent many hours chasing every fix for every gotcha I've run into, but it's been 19 months since the last Infsect version. I think I really need to just leave it there and get this damn thing out there this week. Just gotta update the documentation and dearly hope I don't run into yet another problem...

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ObsoComp 3.4: Creating a Custom Windows 95 Boot Splash Windows 98, Powered by PulseAudio! february 24 1995
ObsoComp 3.4: Creating a Custom Windows 95 Boot Splash

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Welcome to Razorback

Razorback is the return to the internet's glory days, the preferred benchmarking tool of obscure browsers, the central hub of the developments of the maroon whale and his neural network, and more importantly, the future.

The Razorback website began on October 5th, 2020 and has been growing slowly but steadily. It's intently crafted with old computers and browsers in mind - a far cry from the expectations of the internet we've been left with now, but also the beginning of even greater possibilities. Why should JavaScript be required for a site just to read text? I am above such nonsense, and so will you be when you dive deeper into this site. This site doesn't use cookies, nor does it employ client-side scripting, because there are always nicer ways of doing things. It should run nicely on your 486 with a low-bandwidth connection!

Razorback provides the following offerings:

And many more, and yet more to follow...

Trying to reach an affiliate site like the Blue OS Museum, but using a browser from 1995 or earlier? This might be why...

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I've spared you from the extra effort of "CLICKING TO ENTER", but you could imagine walking into this website would be something like what's depicted in the video below.

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