Fenêtres 3.1 is a concept product from designer John Nouanesing. It sticks to your wall, showing you the view out over a lovely field, a view that most of you should recognise. Those of you who haven’t switched over to Apple, anyway. There’s an XP version in the works too, apparently. There’s also a version (pictured above) of the Blue Screen of Death.
The pedants among you will notice a few things though – firstly, although the UI design is straight out of Windows 3.1x, the wallpaper dates from Windows 95, and the blue screen pictured is an XP/Vista blue screen. In fact, Wikipedia has compiled a fantastic gallery of blue screens though the ages. Click the Windows for Workgroups 3.11 BSoD below to begin your tour.
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