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Aug 9, 2001 | 7:16 PM EDT
  • Daily Feature August 10, 2001

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One quarter of a million views! Woo-wee! Keep your hopes up, and maybe one day I'll make a new one!

Windows RG Build 207 is better than ever!
With more than enough improvements, like icons on the desktop, solitaire, Microsoft Word, Windows Media Player, and many many more!
Altogether Windows RG Build 207 is a more user-friendly, powerful and exciting world.

OK, alot of you have asked, and no, there isn't a correct password for the Windows folder. Just so you know.

You can download Windows RG Build 207 from: www.jamesweb.net (Windows only, how ironic.)

Reviews


kinky-monkey-666kinky-monkey-666

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 1, 2001

So true

Wow, you have perfectly recreated windows. I have windows and I was in your movie and i swear to god I almost pushed Ctrl Alt Delete!!!! I swear! That was so funny!



TENTTENT

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 14, 2003

Best version of windows.....

....i've ever used!



MrRandomTuxMrRandomTux

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 7, 2009

Even though I voted 5 on the older one...

This is still better. Especially with killing Clippy.



the-dude-of-darknessthe-dude-of-darkness

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 24, 2005

OMG i beat solitaire!

wow...
RG is so much better than crappy XP!!
Do you know where I could download Windows RG for my computer?
I mean, wow!
Word... as default!! :o
It's amazing!
I really want this program!
Could you please tell me where I could get it?



AEtherealDrakeAEtherealDrake

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 30, 2006

Very interactive (unlike what it's parodying)...

You really captured that feeling of just how irritating the functionality of Windows can be and got me to laugh about it. The interaction was brilliant, the humor was great, those inside gags with the epilepsy open/close in the Paint program and the revised "blue screen of death" were classic, and the rest of the gags just really fit with those all-too-familiar Windows' idiosyncrasies. Excellent job. I hope to see an SP2 edition.