Sorry, no album download for the moment, our server is under reddit hug...
The album is also here :
Going to this bandcamp it mentions:
THE IDEA BEHIND THIS ALBUM WAS TO MAKE A DEVIANT DANCE MUSIC LABEL TO RELEASE THIS HORRIBLE TRACKS, BUT THIS PROJECT WENT TOTALLY WRONG AND BECAME THE THING KNOWS AS WWW.WINDOWS93.NET
THERE IS A LIMITED SD-CARD EDITION OF THIS ALBUM THAT YOU CAN BUY FROM ME IRL FOR 10€
THIS ALBUM WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR FREE BUT HIDDEN ON WIN93 SOON, IF YOU SUCCEED TO FIND IT.
So I guess that's the backstory.
>What if I told you
>Jankenpopp's new album is in the trash
 Well crap, what did I click? I could have sworn this was what was playing the music, but I realized it's not. Hmm.
[edit-edit] Oh, it was acid box. That makes sense.
Could you please allow closing windows by doubleclicking on the top-left(!) corner of a window? I kinda need that (e.g. this still works for the file explorer on Windows 7, even though there is no icon).
Just thought I'd mention it here, in case anyone else were about to run off and try stuff like:
only to be disappointed :-/
Note that on Debian/Ubuntu you can for example do:
sudo apt-get install festival
echo "I speak nothing, because I no verbs." | festival --tts
I think Safari has only implemented the Synthesis part of the API because it can all be done offline and rely on the system voices on OS X and iOS. Google uses their own web APIs and thus also does Speech Recognition, but it doesn't work well offline or when you don't have Google API keys within Chromium/Chrome.
2. That worked scarily well on my 3.5" Android phone (chrome).
e: Or not, as the Viridian PokeCenter crashed the game. Was fun while it lasted, though.
One of my former employers was using DOS not that many years ago (well after 2000), using Novell netware for networking. I wrote a backup program (glorified xcopy script) for it, automatic patching (autoexec.bat called a script on the network drive), and a few other things.
Stupid games, random images, random sound snippets you really had to have on your computer, nice gradient background (anyone ever changed the color gradient of the title bar with TuneUp 97 or whatever that was called?)
Edit: Oh god, Acid Box... one of my first DirectDraw attempts with a tutorial had me program a sin-wave with almost exactly that font.
edit: oh, right.
I believe it's not an exact replica. To my knowledge, the splash screen's progress bar was introduced with Windows XP . Also were windows flipping like that before opening?
 Here's Windows 95 splash screen. Aw, the graphics... https://www.google.fr/search?q=windows+95+splash+screen&clie...
Massive shout out to the people who made this.