[OFFER] Windows 98 First Edition and Second Edition in Simplified Chinese!

Hello! I just discovered some Simplified Chinese (China) versions of Windows 98 FE and Windows 98 SE!

Win98FESimplifiedChinese Link:
https://archive.org/download/Windows98FirstEditionSimple.Chinese/Windows 98 First Edition (Simple. Chinese).iso

Win98FESimplifiedChinese Screenshot:

Win98SESimplifiedChinese Link:
https://archive.org/download/Windows98SecondEditionSimple.Chinese/Windows 98 Second Edition (Simple. Chinese).iso

Win98SESimplifiedChinese Screenshot:

Enjoy!

Comments

  • edited November 13

    Why do you keep uploading files that are not original files?

  • @qta3426 said:
    Why do you keep uploading files that are not original files?

    idk i think it's a MSDN iso.

  • Try uploading the original files not the iso

  • @Alopex said:
    Try uploading the original files not the iso

    Maybe if I have the original files, I will.

  • @ShermanRetroWindowsFan said:

    @Alopex said:
    Try uploading the original files not the iso

    Maybe if I have the original files, I will.

    I there any deference between Tard.Chinese and Chinese ?

    https://winworldpc.com/product/windows-98/98-second-edition

    https://winworldpc.com/product/windows-98/windows-98

  • edited November 21

    @Alopex Your question isn't very clear, but here's some information about the language:

    From my limited understanding, there is "Traditional Chinese" and "Simplified Chinese". Before the 1940's/1950's, there was only "Traditional Chinese", then referred to simply as "Chinese". "Simplified Chinese" has a smaller, standardized set of characters.

    Use of these varies between Chinese communities and there is apparently a fair amount of debate about them. In general, it seems the two character sets are related and have some overlap: some characters were untouched, some were "simplified" (with a reduced number of strokes required to write them).

    In the context of Windows 98, it's probably only a difference in the default encoding and the display language.

Sign In or Register to comment.