I had an OSR2 on a CD. My first PC (which I still own and hopefully still works) is a 486 IBM PS/ValuePoint that originally ran at 25MHz, which I later on modified to run a 66MHz DXII CPU.
The BIOS wouldn't take a HDD larger than 524MB which I felt was too little for my needs so I bought and installed an ESS1869 sound card with a built-in IDE controller to which I attached a 1.2GB Quantum HDD.
Windows 95 was installed on the smaller HDD and with the whopping amount of 32MB of RAM it was simply flying! Ugly as it was the GUI - and I'm only saying this compared to the Mauve Royale mod skin I'm using with RP9 in my 9 year old 98SE - it was looking much better than Windows 3.1 that I had run on the same machine previously. It was Windows 95 that made me realise how much a GUI matters, how options that otherwise layed only in the help files or a specialist's mind could nicely be put together on a single sheet at radio buttons, checkboxes, dropdown lists and so on. Win3.1 had not convinced me at all, previously.
I have installed that 95 version many times back then. Be it for the sake of learning how the process goes with different settings, be it because of destructive viruses that made a restore impossible. In the process I learned that I could change a few settings and make it compatible with my native language although it wasn't the Pan-European version that I would normally need. Hardest thing was to extract the whole set of fonts from a Pan-European Win95 and transfer it to the installed system. A few lines in config.sys and autoexec.bat and here I was enjoying my native language in keyboard layout, menus, documents and so on. Sadly it's been fifteen years and a bunch of Windows versions in-between, all much more easier to set up correctly in terms of regional settings, but many - better said, most - of my conationals still can't set up their systems and can't type in the language that nature chose for us.
And since we've come to this, I should probably make it clear why this nickname I've been using for so many years now. It has nothing to do with drugs. Back then in the earliest Internet days (on our side of the world) I tried to sign up to different groups/forums/email providers/etc using my real name. Unfortunately it contains one special character that can't be found in the standard Western alphabet and since Unicode was not that widespread and Win95 couldn't cope with it I just reshaped my name into an English spelling. So if an English-speaking person would call me on the street using this nickname I'd surely turn my head. Drugwash is just the English spelling for Dragoş - something that was not accepted by the web forms of the last century…
And the rest is history.