Windows 95 build 347, the final beta release. As is likely the case with earlier builds, the setup program runs ScanDisk by default.
By now, most of the setup program has taken its desired form.
The Microsoft Network is just a telephone.
Wheaties, breakfast of champions.
I overlooked an entry for my S3 Trio64 card here.
Plug and Play monitors can now be used with Windows 95.
The circles used in these side banners look like they come from IE4's design.
Windows 95 tour plane seen here.
This splash is almost the same as the final, but with a different font.
Build 347's network logon allows domain logon by default.
I never got around to trying to make the network card work with most of these builds.
Time zones are highlighted on the world map. This feature was withdrawn from 95B and later due to controversy over disputed territories. https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/oldnewthing/20030822-00/?p=42823/
Why isn’t my time zone highlighted on the world map?
New splash screen with left arrows homing in towards the Windows flag on the bottom left corner.
The Welcome window is pretty much exactly like the final version, although the tips stored in the registry could possibly be different.
Windows 95 registers only 31.4MB out of the 32MB of EDO RAM I have in my computer.
These wallpapers were left behind from previous builds, as I've been installing builds on top of existing builds as I went along in the stream.
Attempting to install my video driver again...
640x400? I doubt my video card can do that in Windows, but the driver ends up failing to install.
I'd probably have been better off if I just did clean installs and used an earlier motherboard.
All of the Windows 95 betas and the retail release do not come with OpenGL, but with some DLL files handy, it does work in this build.
The sound card worked in this build for whatever reason.
DOS programs work correctly in build 347, but that may have more to do with the video driver being used.
Onward to build 468!