From a more technical standpoint, Windows 95 is run on a virtual machine created ad hoc via Electron (a possible cause of slow speed). And it is essentially the desktop version of the Windows 95 web app version available here. With the notable difference that you don't have to use a browser and you have more or less the impression of a real operating system.
Would be difficult to find a real utility in this application, unless perhaps you consider those people who have very old hardware and software compatible only with Windows 95 (but have already found a solution by now).
I put Windows 95 into a working Electron app that works on MacOs, Windows and Linux. It's a terrible idea that works strangely well. I'm so sorry.
Instead it is very easy get caught up in nostalgia and go back to exploring those old menus, admiring the Start button as it once was (the first time in fact). It is in a moment, perhaps, you will return to feel that strange sense of wonder of twenty years (and passes) ago.
Windows 95 returns as a Windows, Mac and Linux app