Microsoft Windows 95 README for Microsoft Windows
August 1996

(c) Copyright Microsoft Corporation, 1996


To view Readme.txt on screen in Notepad, maximize the Notepad window.

To print Readme.txt, open it in Notepad or another word processor,
then use the Print command on the File menu.

In addition to Readme.txt, Windows 95 provides the following readme

Config.txt Contains syntax information for commands you use
with your Config.sys file.

Display.txt Provides information about how to configure
and correct problems for available drivers
and how to obtain additional display drivers.

Exchange.txt Provides information to help you set up and
run Windows Messaging.

Extra.txt Provides information about where to find
additional Windows 95 files, such as updates
and drivers, in addition to files available
only in the CD-ROM version of Windows 95.

Faq.txt Answers frequently asked questions about
Windows 95.

General.txt Provides information about startup problems,
the programs that come with Windows 95, disk
tools, disks and CDs, drivers, removable media,
Microsoft FAX, and pen services.

This file also contains last-minute information
received too late to include in the other readme
files. For example, if you have a question about
a printer, it would be helpful to look in
General.txt as well as in Printers.txt.

Hardware.txt Provides information about known problems and
workarounds for hardware. You may also need
to refer to Printers.txt or Mouse.txt for
specific problems.

Infrared.txt Contains information about installing and
troubleshooting infrared services on your

Internet.txt Provides information to help you connect to
the Internet if you haven\'t done so already.
Also provides information about where to
download Microsoft\'s new Web browser,
Internet Explorer.

Mailnews.txt Provides information to help you install,
configure, and troubleshoot Microsoft
Internet Mail and News.

Mouse.txt Provides information about known problems
and workarounds specifically for mouse and
keyboard problems.

Msdosdrv.txt Contains syntax information for MS-DOS
device drivers. For additional help on MS-DOS
commands, see Config.txt. You can also use
command-line help at the command prompt by
typing /? following the command name.

Msn.txt Provides information to help you connect to
The Microsoft Network.

Netmeet.txt Provides information about using Microsoft
NetMeeting, as well as information about
known problems.

Network.txt Provides information about installing and
running network servers.

Printers.txt Provides information about known problems
and workarounds for printers.

Programs.txt Provides information and workarounds for
running some specific Windows-based and
MS-DOS-based programs with Windows 95.

Services.txt Provides information about selecting
accounts with online service providers.

Support.txt Provides information about how to get
additional support for Windows 95.

Tips.txt Contains an assortment of tips and tricks
for using Windows 95, most of which are not
documented in online Help or the printed book.