This information might not be useful for most people. I was playing around with a copy of windows 3.0 w/ Multimedia extension and noticed a few goodies included that didn't make their way into Windows 3.1x. Most notably, an app called musicbox.exe which is a CD player. Also has an alarm clock app (only works properly under Windows 3.1x if you run it after having also copied the file digital.fon from Windows 3.0 w/ MME), an odd screen saver, a few different wallpapers, the Reversi game as well as an updated version of the MS-DOS executive people would know from Windows 2.x and 1.x. I recently tested all of the mentioned programs under Windows for Workgroups 3.11 on a Gateway system with an 83mhz Pentium Overdrive and they run without any issue. Of these, the musicbox app strikes me as the most useful as most of the CD player apps I've found on the internet for Windows 3.1x seem to be shareware. The alarm clock app also seems nice because it lets me change the color of it's line, text and face and those color changes apply to the minimized icon as well.