There Are Levels of Survival Windows 7 Is Prepared to Accept

Windows 7 runs fantastically on netbooks with its surprisingly modest requirements. But did you know it can run on crappier gear? One guy claims he's put it on a system with a 266MHz Pentium II and 96MB of RAM.

Yeah, that's like, Windows 98-level power. Computerworld rounds up a few other old and busted PCs they've tried to put Windows 7 on, and even a 900MHz Celeron based machine—Celerons are like the lepers of the processor world—ran it awesomely. So, what's the most horrendously ancient machine you've gotten Windows 7 to run on? [ComputerWorld]