30 Years of MICROSOFT!!!

It’s been 30 years for Microsoft, working so hard to deliver useful tech to the costumer. Microsoft had a very thrilling, interesting and inspiring journey of 30 years.
Bill Gates and Paul Allen were the founders of Microsoft. On November 20th, 1985, it was the day when the first Windows 1.0 was out. It was a huge milestone that paved the way for the modern versions of Windows we use today. While Windows 10 doesn’t look anything like Windows 1.0, it still has many of its original fundamentals like scroll bars, drop-down menus, icons, dialog boxes, and apps like Notepad and MS paint.

Back in the day MS DOS was dependent on commands, but the Windows 1.0 came with a mouse which points on the screen, thanks to Steve jobs who introduced a screen pointer so called mouse. But now we all know what Windows 10 is capable of.

Microsoft gave a tough compitition to Apple and IBM. Back in 1985, Windows 1.0 required two floppy disks, 256 kilobytes of memory, and a graphics card. If you wanted to run multiple programs, then you needed a PC with a hard disk and 512 kilobytes of memory. You wouldn’t be able to run anything with just 256 kilobytes of memory with modern machines, but those basic specifications were just the beginning. While Apple had been ahead in producing mouse-driven GUIs at the time, it remained focused on the combination of hardware and software. Microsoft had already created its low-cost PC DOS operating system for IBM PCs, and was firmly positioned as a software company.

On this day Microsoft is a huge company which manufactures some of the coolest and useful tech for its consumers. Thanks to its productivity😜..

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