Julia Pryce : Operating Systems

  • Start-Up

    Bill Gates and Paul Allen formed a partnership called "microsoft"
  • " Chess "

    " Chess "
    Computer enthusiasts Bill Gates and Paul Allen hired Gates former classmate. They then invested on a project they like to call "Chess". Chess insisted in focusing on a new software system that manages the computer hardware and programs.
  • MS-DOS

    They named their new operating system MS-DOS. It generated a new lanuage to the general public.
  • Introducing Windows

    Introducing Windows
    Microsoft works on the first version of a new operating system. Microsoft came up with a new operstaing system coded as "Interface Manager". However it was also called "Windows prevails" because it best describes the boxes or computing “windows” that are fundamental to the new system.
  • Introducing Windows 1.0

    Introducing Windows 1.0
    Two years after the announcement of windows, Microsoft created Windows 1.0. The difference is rather than typing MS-DOS commands, you just move a mouse to point and click your way through screens, or “windows.”
  • windows 2.0

    windows 2.0
    Microsoft releases Windows 2.0 with desktop icons and expanded memory. The improved graphics support allows you to overlap windows, control the screen layout, and use keyboard shortcuts to speed up your work.
  • windows 3.0

    windows 3.0
    Microsoft announces Windows 3.0,It sold 10 million copies in their first 2 years, making this the most widely used Windows operating system yet.
  • windows 95

    windows 95
    Microsoft releases Windows 95, selling a record-setting 7 million copies in the first five weeks. It’s the most publicized launch Microsoft has ever taken on.
  • windows-98

    Windows 98 is the first version of Windows designed specifically for consumers. PCs are common at work , home, and other spots where you can get online. Windows 98 is described as an operating system that “Works Better, Plays Better.”
  • XP

    Windows XP is released with a redesigned look and feel that's centered on usability and a unified Help and Support services center. It’s better because now it is available in 25 languages.