Thurman has several programs that are 16 bit. How can he run them? Leo says that there used to be a feature in Windows that would do that. But it's been taken out. So Herman will have to run a virtual version of an older version of Windows. VMWare is the best. QEMU is an emulator that can also do it.
Fletcher is using an old copy of Xenix on a computer in Virtual Machine and it's asking him questions about his MFN hard drive he can't answer: like cylinders and such. Leo suspects 124 cylinders, 255 heads, also a scuzzy drive.
Galant wants to know how he can get MS Works installed onto his new laptop. Leo says that if he doesn't have the original disks, it can be problematic to move a program over to a new computer. Works is more than ten years old, and as such, Leo recommends going with a replacement like Libre Office. It's open-source, free, and far more powerful. It's a full office suite and it's always kept up to date. It'll open his Works files.