Windows 2.0 (386), running in VirtualBox:
This evolution of Windows, IT and computing is fascinating. I was cleaning my drawers a couple of days ago and found this:
In the beginning of this millennium Finland was the first country to standardize so called citizens computer skill testing, a system today used in all European Union countries, though still quite unknown to citizens.
There was two levels, a normal so called citizens test, A-level, and AB-level for professionals. Spring 2003 I was on a holiday trip in my native Finland, and a stupid bet in a pub led to some phone calls to a couple of ministries, to get a permission to make the test even I did not live in Finland anymore.
So I did the test. When I now look this document, given only 7 years ago, it shows the speed of Windows evolution. In the test I used then state of the art OS and software, the absolute latest in evolution. Seven years to today and Seven.