My first using Windows from primary school in Dublin was either 95/98 on a really old white coloured PC. Talk about being prehistoric.
If I had to go to computer class upstairs in the same building; I had used Windows 98/ME on much newer black coloured Dell PC's at the time. I also had used Windows 98/2000 on the newest Dell Inspiron laptops in the early noughties that were owned by the school. The computer classes were doing the microsoft office stuff on it. But some of my classmates had used the PC's or the laptops; we could play games on it if we wanted to use them. I had really loved playing Maths Blaster & an old mystery solving game which had featured stops from the London Underground on the PC. If I was using one of the laptops; we would play the default Pinball game on Windows along with other games provided from them. Although not every laptop didn't have the same programs on each one.
The current OS that I am using now is Windows 10 20H2. It's not a bad operating system at all.
I literally cannot wait to use the new 21H1/H2 for next year. I heard recently that the 21H2 update will have the new GUI update known as Sun Valley with the new file explorer & redesigned Start Menu. And there is another new Microsoft project in the pipeline already. It is called Project Latte. A similar project like this was proposed by MS when Windows Phone was in use only a few short years ago.
It will allow for Android App support which will provide a shop window for new android apps to be sold directly from the Microsoft Store app on your laptop or PC that will support this new update. That would be terrific news for us if we wanted to use broadcasting or news apps from Windows 10 in future. Microsoft are telling app developers that if they want to use Android apps for Windows; they would have to create them via a MSIX package instead of an apk package that is used for apps on Android devices via Google Play.
Windows Central had reported that Project Latte will be released with Sun Valley next Autumn. What a match made in heaven.