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From Windows 1 (1985) to Windows 11 (2021): 36 years of Microsoft Windows evolution

Microsoft’s Windows operating system was first introduced in 1985. Over 36 years later a lot has changed.

Here’s a brief look at the history of Windows, from its birth at the hands of Bill Gates with Windows 1 to the latest arrival under new Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella.

Windows 1 1985
The original Windows 1 was released in November 1985 and was Microsoft’s first true attempt at a graphical user interface in 16-bit.
It was notable because it relied heavily on use of a mouse before the mouse was a common computer input device.

Windows 2 1987
The big innovation for Windows 2 was that windows could overlap each other, and it also introduced the ability to minimise or maximise windows instead of “iconising” or “zooming”.
Microsoft Word and Excel also made their first appearances running on Windows 2.

Windows 3
Windows 3 introduced the ability to run MS-DOS programmes in windows, which brought multitasking to legacy programmes, and supported 256 colours bringing a more modern, colourful look to the interface.

Windows 3.1
Windows 3.1 released in 1992 is notable because it introduced TrueType fonts making Windows a viable publishing platform for the first time.
Minesweeper also made its first appearance. Windows 3.1 required 1MB of RAM to run and allowed supported MS-DOS programs to be controlled with a mouse for the first time. Windows 3.1 was also the first Windows to be distributed on a CD-ROM, although once installed on a hard drive it only took up 10 to 15MB (a CD can typically store up to 700MB).

Windows 95
Windows 95 arrived in August 1995 and with it brought the first ever Start button and Start menu.
Internet Explorer also made its debut on Windows 95.

Windows 98
Released in June 1998, Windows 98 built on Windows 95 and brought with it IE 4, Outlook Express, Windows Address Book, Microsoft Chat and NetShow Player, which was replaced by Windows Media Player 6.2 in Windows 98 Second Edition in 1999.
Windows 98 introduced the back and forward navigation buttons and the address bar in Windows Explorer, among other things.

Windows ME
Released in September 2000, Windows ME introduced some important concepts to consumers, including more automated system recovery tools.
IE 5.5, Windows Media Player 7 and Windows Movie Maker all made their appearance for the first time.

Windows 2000
The enterprise twin of ME, Windows 2000 was released in February 2000 and was based on Microsoft’s business-orientated system Windows NT and later became the basis for Windows XP.

Windows XP
Arguably one of the best Windows versions, Windows XP was released in October 2001 and brought a Start menu and task bar new visual overhaul, bringing the familiar green Start button, blue task bar and vista wallpaper, along with various shadow and other visual effects.

Windows Vista
Windows Vista was released in January 2007. Vista updated the look and feel of Windows with more focus on transparent elements, search and security.

Windows 7
Windows 7 was first released in October 2009. It was intended to fix all the problems and criticism faced by Vista, with slight tweaks to its appearance and a concentration on user-friendly features and less “dialogue box overload”.

Windows 8
Released in October 2012, Windows 8 was Microsoft’s most radical overhaul of the Windows interface, ditching the Start button and Start menu in favour of a more touch-friendly Start screen.

Windows 8.1
introduced in October 2013, Windows 8.1 re-introduced the Start button, which brought up the Start screen from the desktop view of Windows 8.1.

Windows 10
Windows 10 represents another step in Microsoft’s U-turn, bringing back the Start menu and more balance to traditional desktop computer users.
Some interesting features include the ability to switch between a keyboard and mouse mode and a tablet mode, for those computers like the Surface Pro 3 with a detachable keyboard.

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Windows 3.1 is what I like. Cause it reminds me when for the first time using Computer
From I used Windows3.1. I like Windows. Sharing. Sending my support.
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Windows 95 was the Biggest changes at that time. And I don't know why, I use Current Windows 10 feel like use Windows 95, although is 2021 now
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