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Table of ContentsI. IntroductionII. Background of Microsoft InventorsIII. History of MicrosoftIV. ConclusionV. Reference
I. IntroductionMicrosoft is an American company thatlocated in the Redmond of Vasinton state.This company produced, developed,and sold the license program for usingwith computer, telephone, and otherservice that related to technology.
I. Introduction Since in 1980 Microsoft beganpreparing OS that has Version Xenix. Microsoft was founded by Bill Gateand Paul Allen in 1970s.
II. Background of Microsoft Inventors Bill Gates
II. Background of Microsoft Inventors Bill Gates He was born in 28th October 1955,Seatle Washington USA. Bill Gates is thehead of the software company Microsoftand is one of the worlds wealthiest men. In 1994, he got married with MelindaAnn French.
II. Background of Microsoft Inventors Bill Gates He has three children, Jennifer KatharineGates 1996 and Phoebe Gates 2002 and Roryjohn Gates 1999. When he was 13 years old, he went toLakeside School. He wrote his first computer program on thismachine: an implementation of tic-tac-toe thatallowed users to play games against thecomputer
II. Background of Microsoft Inventors Bill Gates At age 17, Gates formed a venture with Allen,called Traf-O-Data, to make traffic countersbased on the Intel 8008 processor. In early 1973, Bill Gates served as acongressional page in the U.S. House ofRepresentatives. Gates graduated from LakesideSchool in 1973. He scored 1590 out of 1600 on the SAT andenrolled at Harvard College in the autumn of1973.
II. Background of Microsoft Inventors Bill Gates He scored 1590 out of 1600 on the SAT andenrolled at Harvard College in the autumn of1973. While at Harvard, he met Steve Ballmer, wholater succeeded Gates as CEO of Microsoft.
II. Background of Microsoft inventors Paul Allen Paul Allen’s Photo
II. Background of Microsoft Inventors Paul Allen He was born in January 21, 1953, in Seattle,Washington, USA. He is an American businessmagnate, investor, real estate developer andphilanthropist who co-founded Microsoft withBill Gate. 1967, Allen attended Lakeside School, aprivate school in Seattle.
II. Background of Microsoft Inventors Paul Allen In 1971, after graduation, He attended inWashington State University, where he was amember of Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity. However, he dropped out after two years inorder to work as a programmer for Honeywell inBoston, placing him near his old friend again. Allen later convinced Bill Gate to drop out ofHarvard University in order to create Microsoft.
II. Background of Microsoft Inventors Paul Allen In June 1975, Allen and Bill Gate, foundedMicrosoft with the intention of designingsoftware for the new wave of personalcomputers. By the time Allen arranged for Microsoft tobuy an operating system called Q-DOS for$50,000.
III. History of MicrosoftThere are many Microsoft that were introduced andreleased, such as: From 1982–1985: Introducing Windows 1.0 This window is introduced in November 20, 1985 and is initially sold for $100.00. Windows 1.0 requires a minimum of 256 kilobytes (KB), two double-sided floppy disk drives, and a graphics adapter card. A hard disk and 512 KB memory is recommended for running multiple programs or when using DOS 3.0 or higher.
III. History of MicrosoftFrom 1982–1985: Introducing Windows 1.0 Windows 1.0
III. History of MicrosoftFrom 1987–1992 Windows 2.0–2.11 It was introduced On December 9, 1987,Microsoft releases Windows 2.0 with desktopicons and expanded memory. It is initially sold for $100.00.In 1988, Microsoft becomesthe world’s largest PC software company based on sales.
III. History of MicrosoftFrom 1990–1994: Windows 3.0–Windows NT Window 3.0 was released May, 22 1990.Microsoft Windows 3.0 full version was priced at$149.95 and the upgrade version was priced at$79.95. They sell 10 million copies in their first 2years, making this the most widely usedWindows operating system.
III. History of Microsoft Windows NT releases on July 27, 1993,Microsoft meets an important milestone: thecompletion of a project begun in the late 1980sto build an advanced new operating system fromscratch. Windows NT represents nothing less than afundamental change in the way that companiescan address their business computingrequirements," Bill Gates says at its release.
III. History of MicrosoftFrom1995–2001: Windows 95 Window 95 was released August 24, 1995 andsells more than 1 Million copies within 4 days. Windows 95 has built-in Internet support, dial-up networking, and new Plug and Playcapabilities that make it easy to install hardwareand software.
III. History of Microsoft 1998–2000: Windows 98, Windows 2000,Windows Me Window 98 released on June 25, 1998. It isthe first version of Windows designed specificallyfor consumers. By using this window, you can findinformation more easily on your PC as well asthe Internet
III. History of MicrosoftWindows Me released June 19, 2000. It was designed for home computer use andoffers numerous music, video, and homenetworking enhancements and reliabilityimprovements compared to previous versions.
III. History of Microsoft Windows 2000 is designed to replaceWindows 95, Windows 98, and Windows NTWorkstation 4.0 on all business desktops andlaptops.
III. History of Microsoft From 2001–2005: Windows XPOn October 25, 2001, Windows XP is released with aredesigned look and feel thats centered on usabilityand a unified Help and Support services center. It’s available in 25 languages. From the mid-1970suntil the release of Windows XP, about 1 billion PCshave been shipped worldwide
III. History of MicrosoftWindows XP Professional rolls to retail stores
III. History of Microsoft From 2006–2008: Windows VistaIt was released on November 30 2006 with thestrongest security system yet. Windows Vista
III. History of Microsoft From 2009–Today: Windows 7• When Windows 7 is released in October 2009.• You can stream music, videos, and photosfrom your PC to a stereo or TV.• It is selling seven copies a second—the fastest-selling operating system in history. Windows 7 isevaluated by 8 million beta testers worldwidebefore its released.