Please never write that something is best, like with Win98. Always write for which application. If you have a 386 system for vintage gaming, Windows 98 is definitely not the best because it wont even install. You should also try to mention the drawbacks and disadvantages and f.e. Win98 has some.Enigma (talk) 20:32, 8 April 2013 (EST)
- Read the complete sentence. All-in-one. For a system of the OSs vintage, that means DOS+Win98 gaming with the possibility of rebooting into real DOS. For that task it is the best OS, I don't think there is any contest here. A 386 isn't even remotely fit for this task anyway, so of course to have an all-in-one gaming system you also need to have the appropriate hardware.
As always, if you know something that I don't know just edit it in. Isn't this a wiki?
@RacoonRider: What is this ADSL driver stuff? I can connect to the internet fine without any such 3rd party drivers. D1stortion (talk) 23:46, 8 April 2013 (EST)
That's for PPPoE (WAN port connection, requires authorisation). Windows 98 does not offer it by default since I'm not sure it was even available back in the days. I'm almost sure that your machine is connected to internet through LAN, so you need no special driver. --RacoonRider (talk) 02:11, 10 April 2013 (EST)