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Windows 7: Windows turns 30: A visual tour of Windows through the ages

20 Nov 2015   #1
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Windows turns 30: A visual tour of Windows through the ages

Move over, MS-DOS. On November 20, 1985, Microsoft released version 1.0 of the graphical desktop operating system known as Windows, and the world of computing changed forever. Over the next 30 years, the industry would see 19 significant new versions of the now-ubiquitous OS released, and that's not even counting bizarre offshoots like Windows RT or Windows 10 for IoT devices.

In honor of this milestone anniversary, let's take a look back at Windows' major revisions through the ages. Special thanks to GUIdebook and GUI Gallery for help with the screenshots.
Windows turns 30: A visual tour of Windows through the ages | PCWorld

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25 Nov 2015   #2

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Happy creation day, Windows!
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