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Windows 98 Thai Edition

Windows 98 Thai Edition: A Retro Operating System for Thai Users

Windows 98 Thai Edition was a localized version of Windows 98 Second Edition that was released by Microsoft in 1999. It was designed to support the Thai language and culture, as well as the hardware and software requirements of Thai users. Windows 98 Thai Edition was one of the first operating systems to offer full Unicode support, which enabled users to display and input text in multiple languages. It also included Thai fonts, keyboard layouts, input methods, dictionaries, and spell checkers.

Windows 98 Thai Edition was based on the same core as Windows 98 Second Edition, which improved the stability, performance, and compatibility of Windows 98. It also added new features such as Internet Explorer 5, Windows Media Player 6.2, NetMeeting 3.0, and Windows Update. Windows 98 Thai Edition also supported new technologies such as USB, AGP, ACPI, DVD, and MMX. It was compatible with most applications and devices that worked with Windows 95 and Windows 98.

Windows 98 Thai Edition was popular among Thai users who wanted to experience the latest features and functionality of Windows 98 in their native language. It was also a nostalgic operating system for many retro enthusiasts who wanted to relive the golden era of personal computing. Windows 98 Thai Edition can still be downloaded from online archives[^1^] or watched on YouTube[^2^]. It can also be installed on virtual machines such as VMware Workstation or PCEM for emulation purposes.

Windows 98 Thai Edition was a milestone in the history of Windows localization and internationalization. It showed Microsoft's commitment to cater to the diverse needs and preferences of its global customers. It also paved the way for future versions of Windows that supported more languages and regions.How to Install Windows 98 Thai Edition on Your Computer

If you want to try out Windows 98 Thai Edition on your own computer, you will need a few things before you start. You will need a Windows 98 Thai Edition installation CD or ISO image[^1^], a CD-ROM drive or a virtual drive software, a blank floppy disk or a bootable USB drive, and a computer that meets the minimum system requirements for Windows 98. Here are the steps to install Windows 98 Thai Edition on your computer:

Insert your Windows 98 Thai Edition installation CD in your CD-ROM drive or mount the ISO image using a virtual drive software.

Start your computer and choose to "Boot from CD-ROM" and press Enter.

Highlight "Start Windows 98 setup from CD-ROM" and press Enter.

Press Enter to start the setup program.

Highlight "Configure unallocated disk space (recommended)" and press Enter. This will create a partition for Windows 98 on your hard disk. If you already have a partition for Windows 98, you can skip this step.

Decide whether you want to enable large disk support. This will allow you to use more than 2 GB of disk space for Windows 98. If you have a large hard disk, you should choose "Yes". Otherwise, you can choose "No". Press Enter to continue.

Choose the size of the partition for Windows 98. You can use the default size or enter a custom size. Press Enter to continue.

Choose the file system for the partition. You can choose FAT16 or FAT32. FAT32 is recommended as it is more efficient and supports larger disk sizes. Press Enter to continue.

The setup program will format the partition and copy some files to it. This may take some time. When it is done, press Enter to restart your computer.

Remove the installation CD from your CD-ROM drive or unmount the ISO image from your virtual drive software.

Insert a blank floppy disk in your floppy drive or a bootable USB drive in your USB port.

Start your computer and choose to "Boot from floppy disk" or "Boot from USB device" and press Enter.

Type "sys c:" and press Enter. This will transfer the system files from the floppy disk or USB drive to your hard disk.

Type "fdisk /mbr" and press Enter. This


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