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Yesterday, on August 24, 2018, I got a ThinkPad T22. It has a Pentium III 900MHz, 256MB of memory, and the same GPU as almost every late 90s/early 2000s Pentium III laptop: the S3 Savage IX with 8MB of video memory, running Windows 2000. I got it for free from my friend's dad.
The turning point is that it doesn't have a normal 1024x768 LCD of the time. Instead, it has the highly sought after 1440x1050 display. Obviously, I won't be gaming on such a high resolution with a Pentium III, 256MB of RAM, and 8MB of VRAM.
I think I'll install Windows 98 and maybe Windows XP, playing DOS games like Doom and Windows games like Unreal Tournament.
It won't boot off of burned CDs, but will boot off of a USB FDD drive, so I can use that to install Windows off of a burned disc (unlike my Gateway Solo 5300, DOS recognizes my CD-ROM drive, though in this case it is a DVD drive, but recognized as CD).
What do you guys think I should do with it?