|MS-DOS, WFW, Win95 diskettes|
I have (3) MS-DOS 6.0 diskettes, MS-DOS 6.22 setup diskettes, (8) diskettes for Windows-for-Workgroups 3.11, and (13) diskettes for Windows 95.
And yes, I still have a diskette drive, one that connects to a system via USB. I would be interesting to see if I could set up a VM in VirtualBox running any of these systems.
I guess the days of tweaking your autoexec.bat file are long gone. Sigh.
I did find some interesting sites when I went looking around the purport to provide VirtualBox images:
Kirsle.net (this site refers the reader to downloading the files at Kirsle.net)
Vintage VMs, 386Experience
I wish I still had my OS/2 Warp disks. I was in grad school when OS/2 Warp 3.0 came out, and I went up to Frye's Electronics in Sunnyvale, CA, and purchased a copy of OS/2 2.1, the box of which had a $15 off coupon for when you purchased version 3.0. I remember installing it, and running a script provided by one of the CS professors that would optimize the driver loading sequence so that the system booted and ran quicker. I really liked being able to have multiple windows open doing different things, and web browser that came with Warp was the first one where you could drag-n-drop images from the browser to the desktop.
|Windows, Office on CD|
|OS/2 Warp 4.52, running in VirtualBox|