Office 97... on a 386
I've been using my free time away from college to push my 386 (HP Vectra QS/20, 20 MHz DX) to its limits. I've gotten Windows 95, WfW 3.11 (though not in a dual boot), and TCP/IP working. And now I can add Office 97 to the list. Officially it requires a 486 or higher. 8MB is required to run a single application on Windows 95, and this machine just barely fits the bill. It's slow as molasses but it actually does work. Word is reasonably responsive for typing, once it gets up to speed. I haven't checked any other applications yet, but I assume most would run. Though I highly doubt the Excel 97 flight simulator easter egg will work.