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  1. Microsoft Windows - Wikipedia

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    Windows 2.1 was released in two different versions: Windows/286 and Windows/386. Windows/386 uses the virtual 8086 mode of the Intel 80386 to multitask several DOS programs and the paged memory model to emulate expanded memory using available extended memory. Windows/286, in spite of its name, runs on both Intel 8086 and Intel 80286 processors.

    • November 20, 1985; 35 years ago, as version 1.0 (unsupported)
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  2. Window - Wikipedia

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    A window is an opening in a wall, door, roof, or vehicle that allows the passage of light and may also allow the passage of sound and sometimes air. Modern windows are usually glazed or covered in some other transparent or translucent material, a sash set in a frame in the opening; the sash and frame are also referred to as a window.

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  4. Windows on Windows - Wikipedia

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    In computing, Windows on Windows (commonly referred to as WOW,) is a compatibility layer of 32-bit versions of the Microsoft Windows NT family of operating systems that extends NTVDM to provide limited support for running legacy 16-bit programs written for Windows 3.x or earlier.

  5. Microsoft Windows – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Microsoft Windows (ou simplesmente Windows) é uma família de sistemas operacionais desenvolvidos, comercializados e vendidos pela Microsoft. É constituída por várias famílias de sistemas operacionais, cada qual atendendo a um determinado setor da indústria da computação, sendo que o sistema geralmente é associado com a arquitetura IBM PC compatível.

    • 20 de novembro de 1985; há 35 anos
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    • C, C++, assembly
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  6. Windows 7 - Wikipedia

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    Windows 7 A version of the Windows NT operating system Screenshot of Windows 7, showing its desktop, taskbar, Start menu and the glass effect of Windows Aero Developer Microsoft Source model Closed-source Source-available (through Shared Source Initiative) Released to manufacturing July 22, 2009 ; 11 years ago (2009-07-22) General availability October 22, 2009 ; 11 years ago (2009-10-22) Final ...

    • July 22, 2009; 11 years ago
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  7. Microsoft Windows - Wikipedia

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    Microsoft Windows este numele unei serii de sisteme de operare create de compania Microsoft.Microsoft a introdus Windows pe piață pentru prima dată în noiembrie 1985, ca un supliment la MS-DOS, deoarece interfețele grafice erau din ce in ce mai apreciate.

  8. Microsoft Windows | Microsoft Wiki | Fandom

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    There have been many versions of Windows since its introduction in 1985, ranging from 16-bit to 64-bit, for both client and server applications.

    The most obvious feature of Windows is a window, or a container for other graphical objects. A Window in Microsoft Windows typically contains a status bar, title bar, minimize and maximize buttons, close button, and system menu (also called the windows menu or control menu). Another prominent feature since Windows 95 and NT 4.0 is the desktop, which holds various icons that the user can double-click to open. The Start Button and Start Menu, attached to the taskbar and typically below the desktop, gives users access to installed programs and many of the other features of the operating system. Due to these and features, Windows makes it possible to perform most common tasks, some quite complex, with very little computer knowledge. Windows also comes with features to help the disabled through its accessibility options. Under Windows XP, these features include the Narrator, Magnifier and contrast display mode.

    Widespread Usage

    Microsoft Windows is installed on the vast majority of personal computers. A July 2005 poll of Network Computing magazine readers found that 90% of their organizations used Microsoft's desktop operating systems . It has achieved enormous market penetration due to the domination of MS-DOS in the early days of PC compatible computers (IBM PC clones). It is also the primary platform for Microsoft Officeand most non-console computer games. The widespread use of Microsoft's operating system has be...

    Security has been a major weakness of Windows for many years, and even Microsoft itself has been the victim of cracks and hacks . Due to the widespread usage of Windows on personal computers, many crackers (also known as black hat hackers) have targeted Windows rather than the lesser used operating systems such as Linux, Unix, Mac OS X, and FreeBSD. Some believe that due being designed for security in a multi-user and/or networked environment some other operating systems have a relatively small number of security issues. Windows was originally designed for ease-of-use on a single-user PC without a network connection, and did not have security features built in from the outset. Combined with occasionally flawed code (such as buffer overflows), Windows is a continuous target of worms and virus writers. Furthermore, until Service Pack 2 of Windows XP most versions of Windows were shipped with important security features disabled by default, and vulnerable albeit useful system services...

    ↑ "The Unusual History of Microsoft Windows". http://inventors.about.com/od/mstartinventions/a/Windows.htm?rd=1. Retrieved April 22, 2007.
    ↑ Keizer, Gregg (July 14, 2014). "Microsoft gets real, admits its device share is just 14%". IDG. Archived from the original on August 21, 2016. http://www.computerworld.com/article/2490008/microso...
    ↑ "Xbox One Architecture Finally Explained - Runs OS 'Virtually Indistinguishable' from Windows 8". WCCFtech. Archived from the original on September 6, 2015. http://wccftech.com/xbox-one-architect...

    Official

    1. Microsoft's Official Windows Website 2. Official Promotional Website (Windows.com) 3. Windows history time line from Microsoft

    Tips and documentation

    1. How to run multiple versions of Windows on one PC 2. Tech-Recipes Windows Guide– listing of almost 500 Windows Tutorials 3. The Windows Documentation Project (wiki) 4. Securing Microsoft Windows (for Home and Small Business Users) 5. Symantec Anti-Virus Research Center– excellent informational security resource, and Symantec are makers of Norton Anti-Virus (third party software sold separately). 6. dotwhat? - File Extension Listing– a huge listing of file extensions and the programs that u...

    Programming Microsoft Windows

    1. Microsoft Development Network for programming Microsoft Windows 2. Windows API tutorialin C++

  9. Microsoft Windows - Wikipedia

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    Windows のタイムライン; 発売年 バージョン 製品名 1985年: 1.01: Windows 1.01 1986年: 1.03: Windows 1.03 1987年: 2.03: Windows 2.03 1988年

  10. Windows – Wikipédia

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    A Microsoft kiadott egy Windows for Workgroups 3.11 nevű verziót, amely 1993 novemberében jelent meg, és a Windows 3.1 hálózati kiegészítésének tekinthető. Ebben a verzióban már megjelent a hálózati tartományhoz való kapcsolódás lehetősége és egy alapszintű csoportmunka támogatottság, illetve javították a stabilitást.

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