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Microsoft Windows (Computer file)

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Uniform title headingMicrosoft Windows (Computer file)
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Variant(s)Windows (Computer file)
Chicago (Computer file)
Microsoft Windows 95
Windows 95
Microsoft Windows CE
Windows CE
Pegasus (Computer file)
Windows for workgroups
Microsoft Windows for workgroups
Windows 98
Microsoft Windows 98
Windows 2000 professional
Windows 2000
Microsoft Windows 2000
Microsoft Windows Me millennium edition
Windows Me
Microsoft Windows XP (Computer file)
Windows XP
Microsoft Windows Vista
Windows Vista
Microsoft Windows 7
Windows 7
Windows 8
Windows 10
Beginning date1985-11-20
Found inMicrosoft website, Jan. 22, 2001 (Windows Me)
Durant, D. Programmer's guide to Windows, c1988: t.p. (Microsoft Windows) p. xvii (Windows)
LC data base, 7/11/88 (hdg.: Microsoft Windows (Computer program); usage: Windows; Microsoft Windows)
Microsoft Windows [CF] c1987
Computer Technology Research Corp. Chicago, 1994: CIP t.p. (Chicago) CIP data sheet (code-name of Microsoft's not yet released 32-bit desktop operating system integrating DOS and Windows)
Phone call to Microsoft Corp., 11-14-94 (Microsoft Windows 95; successor to Microsoft Windows 3.1; final name for Chicago)
Microsoft Windows 95 WWW site, FAQ page, 8-15-95 (first version of Windows using Microsoft's new version numbering system based on release year; successor to Windows 3.x and Windows for Workgroups 3.x)
Designing Windows 95 help, c1996.
Introducing Microsoft Windows CE, 1997: CIP descriptive material from publisher (implementation of Windows 95 interface plus Office applications in 4MB of ROM on handheld device that uses a stylus for data entry; codenamed Pegasus)
Microsoft Windows CE WWW site, About and Q & A pages, 01-29-97 (open, scalable Windows platform for a range of communications, entertainment, and mobile-computing devices such as handheld PCs, digital information pages, cellular smart phones, digital video disc (DVD) players, Internet TVs, digital set-top boxes, and Internet Web phones; licensed platform for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs); Microsoft has no plans to offer Windows CE through retail channels)
Borland, R. Windows for workgroups companion, 1993: t.p. (Windows for workgroups)
Queen, J. Building local area networks with Windows for Workgroups, c1993: CIP t.p. (Windows for Workgroups) galley ("Windows for Workgroups is an extension of the basic Windows 3.1 platform")
Microsoft Windows for workgroups [CF], 1992: disk label (Microsoft Windows for workgroups)
Using Windows 98, c1998: t.p. (Windows 98) cover (Microsoft Windows 98)
Windows 2000 professional for dummies, c1999: t.p. (Windows 2000 professional) p. 2 (Windows 2000)
Sams teach yourself Microsoft Windows Me millennium edition, c2000.
Microsoft website, Jan. 24, 2001 (Windows Me)
Stanek, William R. Microsoft Windows XP professional administrator's pocket consultant, 2001: CIP t.p. (Microsoft Windows XP)
Microsoft Windows Vista unveiled, 2006: t.p. (Microsoft Windows Vista) cover (Windows Vista)
Gaskin, Shelley. Go! with. Microsoft Windows 7 introductory, 2010.
Exam 70-688 managing and maintaining Windows 8, 2013: ECIP t.p. (Windows 8)
Easy Windows 10, 2015.
Wikipedia, viewed Sept. 14, 2015 (Microsoft introduced an operating environment named Windows on November 20, 1985)
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