If you were to log in, you'd be able to get more information on your fellow community member.
And if you _must_ play the games that require Windows 95...try ? installing Win95 and WinNT on separate partitions and dual-booting.
Yes, go on, try! But make sure it's a small disk, and an old version of 95, because otherwise NT won't be able to see the disk. Make sure you do it in the right order because otherwise the other-OS will refuse to install at all. No NTFS for you, sorry.
To be fair, I use NT Workstation on my work PC with very few complaints, aside from a persistent wierd sound driver problem, and the lack of modern directx and multi-head support. W2K will solve at least one of those for me, if it ever arrives.
I run linux on the same machine, and it definitely feels slower, although it rarely stops completely, as NT is wont to do from time to time. I think this is due to the X drivers not being as tuned as their NT counterparts, mainly, as the actual working bits seem pretty snappy.
I just recently aquired a cheap SGI Indy, which is noticab...