As noted by The Verge, within the app it's easy to run the Windows 95 versions of WordPad, MS Paint, and Minesweeper. The app only consumes about 200MB of RAM when running apps and utilities, and it's easy to restart it if it freezes.
Internet Explorer doesn't work, however according to Rieseberg you can run Doom and other popular ancient games, although you would probably be better off using a virtualization app.
The Windows 95 app is the latest way to enjoy Microsoft's earlier operating systems, such as the Internet Archives recent efforts to bring back Windows 3.1 run through an emulator in the browser.
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