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Windows Operating System Timeline By Kawanza & Qiana

By qiana
  • Windows 1.0

    Windows is a 16-bit graphical operating enviroment.
  • Windows 2.0

    The first Windows versions of Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel ran on Windows 2.0.
  • Windows 2.10

    These versions can take advantage of the specific features of the Intel 80286 and Intel 80386 processors.
  • Windows 2.11

    Two editions of Windows 2.1x were released, both of which could take advantage of the Intel processor for which they were designed.
  • windows 3.0

    Windows 3.0 is the third major release of Microsoft Windows. It became the first widely successful version of Windows and a rival to Apple Macintosh and the Commodore Amiga on the GUI front.
  • Windows 3.1

    Windows 3.1x is a series of 16-bit operating systems produced by Microsoft for use on personal computers.
  • Windows 95

    Windows 95 integrated Microsoft's formerly separate MS-DOS and Windows products.
  • windows 98

    It is the second major release in the Windows 9x line of operating systems.
  • Windows 2000

    Four editions of Windows 2000 were released: Professional, Server, Advanced Server, and Datacenter Server.
  • Windows xp

    The most common editions of the operating system are Windows XP Home Edition, which is targeted at home users, and Windows XP Professional, which offers additional features such as support for Windows Server domains and two physical processors, and is targeted at power users, business and enterprise clients.
  • Windows Server 2003

    Windows Server 2003 is more scalable and delivers better performance than its predecessor, Windows 2000.
  • Windows XP Prosessional x64 Edition

    Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition released on April 25, 2005 by Microsoft is a variation of the Windows XP operating system for x86-64 personal computers.
  • Windows Server 2008

    Windows Server 2008 is built from the same code base as Windows Vista; therefore, it shares much of the same architecture and functionality
  • Windows 7

    Windows 7 was intended to be a more focused, incremental upgrade to the Windows line, with the goal of being compatible with applications and hardware which Windows Vista was not at the time.