In 1975, Bill Gate and his friend Paul Allen started a company called "Microsoft". They realized that personal computing would soon be needed for everyday home use. Not long after creating their company, they hired a former classmate to help run the company. His name was Steve Ballmer. The company was able to create a new operating system called "MS-DOS" which stands for Microsoft Disk Operation System. In 1983, Microsoft announced its new development called "Windows" that used a Graphical User Interface (GUI) over its operating system MS-DOS. The first version was Windows 3.0 and has grown tremendously since.
In 1984 Apple Computer Inc. introduced its version of a personal computer called the "Macintosh" to compete within the market that ...
Brief explanation of Windows, Mac OS and Linux systems. Describing the similarities and differences as well as the advantages and disadvantages.