We’ve seen Windows 3.1 running on the Motorola Droid — and that was a pretty good taste of the early nineties for Android in itself — but now we can kick it straight up to the year 1995 and get the Windows OS that kickstarted the familiar look of all recent Microsoft operating systems. Thanks to mamaich over at XDA-Developers, Android users now have access to TWO emulators for getting Windows 95 up and running. One is fairly stable but runs on the slow side, while the other will give you better performance at the price of stability.
Mamaich is handing over the reigns for his project, though we are sure the industrious fellows over at XDA will pick up where he left off. As with many desktop operating systems ported or emulated on a handset, the actual usefulness may be called into question. At the very least it is another testament to the amazing development community surrounding Android.