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Rover Mechanic Simulator ,But the question I really want to answer today though is: was Microsoft Bob really that bad? I mean the response I got from people even after posting one vague tweet showing Bob kind of says it all. It’s one of the most maligned Microsoft products ever and has been the butt of so many jokes over the years that I don’t know if it’s deserved or if it’s just an easy target for hyperbole. But I do wonder how many people today that are saying these things have actually used it. Heck I’ve never even used it myself. It was introduced and discontinued so quickly that I don’t even remember seeing it on store shelves.

All I knew going into this video was that Microsoft Bob was introduced in 1995 to serve as a replacement for the Windows program manager environment, mimicking the layout of a house instead of the more abstract desktop concept. And I’d always heard it was the origin of some of the most notorious things in tech including Rover Mechanic Simulator igg games and Comic Sans. Quite the legacy if true. And now it’s finally time to find out. Welcome to the Microsoft Bob experience on Rover Mechanic Simulator ocean of games First off, big thanks to Jason and Robert for sending several of the items you’ll be seeing in this video. Rover Mechanic Simulator, I wonder if Robert goes by Bob, that’d be fantastic.

Anyway I ended up with two boxed copies of Microsoft Bob over the years and it amuses me that each of them have this sticker saying it’s a “promotional sample not for resale.” Perhaps it should have stayed that way and never hit retail in the first place. Still if the box is any indication Microsoft sure was betting on Bob, calling it “the hard working easygoing software everyone will use.

Even underlined it for good measure. Ballsy. Microsoft were so sure this was going to be a hit that they planned their own Bob ecosystem with its own software. Give a nice warm greetings to Great Greetings, the one and only piece of software released exclusively for use with Microsoft Bob. Man this has to be one of the single lowest-selling products in Microsoft history, I can’t imagine a more surefire death knell for a program that having Microsoft Bob as the main requirement. And they even published a book authored by Rover Mechanic Simulator PC download called “At Home With Microsoft Bob: Ideas and Activities For Getting the Most From Your Home PC.

It’s a 200-page tome filled with all the features and potential uses for Bob, even though the box for the program itself proudly proclaimed the software was so helpful you didn’t need a manual at all. Which was kind of true in a self-fulfilling prophecy kind of way, because Bob didn’t come with a manual inside the box. Instead you got a bunch of Microsoft-y paperwork like tech support cards and product license agreements, and even a sheet of Bob stickers. Hmm curiously mine were never used I wonder what possible reason there could be for that.

You also get, wow, a copy of the premier issue of “Bob Magazine!” Rover Mechanic Simulator igg games, Microsoft, jumping the gun much? As if there’d ever be a second issue. So yeah while there is not a proper manual this pseudo magazine serves the same purpose, letting you know the core features of Bob and how to start troubleshooting when things inevitably go wrong. Alright well enough of this stuff let’s get Bob installed with Microsoft Windows.

And I’m gonna go with version 3.1 here since that is what it was initially made to work with. And surprisingly there are no voodoo rituals or weird sacrifices you have to make in order to get Bob installed. It’s just a standard application really, and with a standard application installation process. You just put in your name and install away. Once that’s done you just open it like any other application because that’s really what it is: a piece of software you install to Windows that runs like any other piece of software for Windows. It’s just this one is meant to replace Windows in terms of the look and feel.

And you get that straight away with the first screen of Bob here, this red door to your incoming virtual house. Knock on the door and Rover there will ask you your name. So yeah the first thing that you do is input all of your information one by one, like your name, your hometown, birthday, y’know whatever else you want to put in there. So it will automatically fill that out as you use Bob’s applications. Once that’s done Rover will ask you what you want your default private room to be. It doesn’t actually let you see them, you just kind of choose whichever one sounds the best. And then the rest of the rooms in the house will become shared rooms that anyone using Bob can access without a password. But your private room is yours. After that’s done you can waltz on inside and say hello to your brand-new Microsoft Bob house! It’s kind of garish, very yellow, but this is your house.

And Rover then asks you if you want to go on the tour, and if you do you will immediately start to see the problems with Microsoft Bob sort of boiling to the surface. And then it really starts with these assistants like Rover.

The whole idea is that they’re supposed to make it easier and show you what to do, step by step, but it just sort of blasts you with a bunch of text and boxes. You just click “next, next, next” and yeah that’s not a very enjoyable interactive tutorial. What’s different from this and a manual? Not a whole lot. Once the tutorial is over with you can really see what Bob is all about, just by looking at this first room with all the labels turned on. All sorts of objects that are laid out here can be clicked on and interacted with to do different things that Bob has available. For instance there is the Bob Clock ,and this is an alarm clock. It lets you set alarms, naturally. How intuitive.