The ordinary version of Windows 2/2.01 ran on an XT-class computer: that is, an Intel 8088 or 8086 CPU. These chips can only access 1MB of RAM and 384kB was reserved for ROM and I/O, so, maximum 640kB of RAM. Thats not a lot for Windows, but it did support _expanded_ memory (EMS). I ran it on…

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