Thursday, May 4, 2017

The Best Selling Computer In History

Computer The Commodore 64, that '80s Commodore 64 – The Best Selling Computer In History Tech Time Warp of the Week by Tony Commodore got it start long before personal computers arrived. It was founded in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in 1954. Commodore 64 computers used versions of Microsoft BASIC, licensed and tweaked for those devices.

Micro-Soft - a combination of the terms microcomputer and software."A computer on every desktop and Microsoft software in every computer".The New Commodore 64,went on sale in the summer of 1982. Commodore computer cost $595 Commodore International, the maker of the computer, declared bankruptcy in 1994 after several bad political business decisions and abusive competition from I.B.M.

Microsoft didn't start out making computer systems. was actually a version of the open source operating system UNIX. It was called Xenix and was released in 1980. The company's first products were versions of a programming language called Microsoft BASIC.
Microsoft started working on Windows 1.0 in 1983 and released it in 1985. It wasn't a real operating system, Microsoft Windows 3.0 shipped September 1990 with signature term and agreements

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