Bill Gates and Microsoft

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Microsoft is one of the famous computer operating system, started by Bill Gates and Paul G. Allen. They both are two boyhood friends from Seattle. From 1982- 1985, Microsoft works on their first version of a new operating system called Windows. Windows was first announced to the public in 1983, but took some time. Some skeptics call it "vaporware". After two years when Windows had its initial announcement, Microsoft shipped Windows 1.0 on Nov 20, 1985. Now what people do that typing MS- DOS commands, people just have to point and click your way on the the screen or " windows".
After Microsoft was introduced, Microsoft's Windows 1.0, was shown to the public in November 20, 1985, and initially sold for $100.00. Next is Microsoft Windows 2.0. Which was released in December 9, 1987. And was initially sold for $100.00. The rest are Microsoft's Windows 386, which was introduced December 9, 1987. Next you have Microsoft Windows 286, Microsoft Windows 3.0, Windows NT, Microsoft Windows 3.0a and etc. Places that manufactures of personal computers licensed MS-DOS as their own operating system. By the early 1990s, Microsoft had sold about more than 100 million copies. They also defeated their rival operating systems such as CP/M which displaced in the early 1980s. Microsoft's Windows 3.0 and its subsequent versions were sold at a rate of one million copies each month. Almost nearly 90 percent of the world's PCs ran on Microsoft.
There was an analysis that showed that not all 200 million licences that did most of the basic PC tasks. The amount of Windows 8 devices in operation was a lot closer to Microsoft's mark that they claimed than nine mont...

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...re different types of data sources. After the release of Windows 8.1, the new update to Microsoft's flagship Windows 8 desktop operating system, was a big story of last year's Microsoft's roadmap. Now this year, one highlight promises to be the update to the update-- Windows 8.1 Update 1. Close to the other end of the 2014 roadmap, is Windows "Threshold", which well-sourced bloggers are calling Windows 8.2 or Windows 9. It won't be seen to the public until 2015.
After the release of Windows 8.1, there was an update to Microsoft's flagship Windows 8 desktop operating system, was told to be the big story of last year's Microsoft product roadmap. Now this year, one highlight promises to be the update to the update. The Windows 8.1 Update 1. At the other end of the 2014 roadmap is Windows "Threhold", or what some bloggers are calling it Windows 8.2 or Windows 9.
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