Windows 95 was Microsoft’s most popular 32-bit desktop operating system, which replaced the Windows 3.1 operating system.
Microsoft Windows is a family of operating systems with a common graphical user interface (GUI) that lies at the core of Microsoft’s strategy to make PCs easier to use, reduce the cost of PC...
AIX is a version of the UNIX operating system developed by IBM for its RS/6000 platform of servers and workstations.
Windows NT was Microsoft’s most popular operating system for all types of networks ranging from workgroups to enterprise-level installations.
Windows for Workgroups 3.11 was a version of Microsoft Windows 3.1 released in 1994 that includes integrated networking components.
Windows 3.1 is the GUI-based operating system from Microsoft that made personal computers easier and more fun to use.