Try running defrag.exe (Start, Run, defrag, OK). I tried this on my
kid's computers (Win95 without the plus pack) and it worked. (It also
reported on each that there was less than 1% of fragmentation to begin
I still think that your assumption that disk fragmentation is the
problem is groundless, especially if there is lots of free disk space.
But this way we can actually find out.
BTW, why the *hell* does your father need to buy a fucking $3500
computer to run Linux? Why can't you just wipe out Win95 and run Linux
on the Pentium box he has already?
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