History of operating systems Windows

Currently, the most popular operating systems sale where Microsoft (And in general) , and, more recently, . Most of you will probably still remember (and may still be used, at least occasionally) to Windows 95, Windows 98 si Windows 2000. But you are not curious to know where the operating systems started to evolve Windows? You never asked where it starts history them? We give. And here's what I found:

1983 - Microsoft Interface Manager was Launched
1985 - Windows Premiere Edition [Windows 1.00]
1985 - Windows 1.01
1987 - Windows 1.02 – 1.04
1987 - Windows 2.03
1987 - Windows 386
1988 - Windows 286
1990 - Windows 3.0 (Codename: Janus)
1991 - Windows NT
1991 - Windows 3.0a
1992 - Windows 3.1 (Codename: Janus)
1992 - Windows for Workgroups 3.1 (Codename: Cat)
1993 - Windows NT 3.1
1994 - Windows for Workgroups 3.11 (Codename: Snowball)
1994 - Windows NT3.5 (Codename: Daytona)
1995 - Windows NT 3.51 (Codename: Daytona)
1995 - Windows 95 (Codename: Chicago)
1996 - Windows NT 4.0 (Codename: Cairo)
1996 - Windows CE 1.0 (Codename: Talisker)
1997 - Windows EC 2.0
1998 - Windows 98 (Codename: Memphis)
1998 - Windows EC 2.1
1999 - Windows 98 SE
1999 - Windows EC 3.0
2000 - Windows 2000 (Codename: Odyssey) [The first Codename was Chicairo, but that's very little known about, the most common codename was NT 5.0, Odyssey was just an experimental project to the Neptune GUI]
2000 - Windows ME (Codename: Millennium)
2001 - Windows XP (Codename: Whistler)
2003 - Windows 2003 Server (Codename: Whistler Server) [.NET Server]
2003 - Windows XP 64-Bit Edition 2003 (Codename: Sundown)
2003 - Windows XP Media Center Edition (Codename: Freestyle)
2003 - Windows XP Media Center 2003 (Codename: Freestyle)
2004 - Windows XP Media Center 2004 (Codename: Harmony)
2004 - Windows XP Media Center 2005 (Codename: Symphony)
2006 - Windows Vista (Released to Corporations Only)
2007 - Windows Vista (Released to the General Public. Codename: Longhorn)
2008 - Windows Small Business Server 2008 (Codename: Cougar)
2008 -Windows Essential Business Sever 2008 (Codename: Center)
2008 - Windows 2008 Server (Codename: Longhorn Server)
[Release Date still to be Announced]* ~ Approx Release Date 2009 - 2010 - Official Release Name Unknown (Codename: Windows Seven, formerly known as Blackcomb and Vienna)

* - Windows 7 has already been released in Beta version on January 9 2009. Launch Windows 7 Release Candidate was announced on .

Windows 96 (Codename: Nashville) and Windows 99 (Codename: Neptune) were versions of the Microsoft OS that were never released. Nashville was going to be an upgrade of Windows 95, and Neptune was going to be an upgrade of Windows 98.
Nashville was just an Internet Explorer 4.0 Beta, a try to integrate the IE into Windows 95, the Boot screen saying "Windows 96 "is a mod by Ken Oath.
Windows Neptune was planned as 2000 Successor, also Neptune was NT (Windows 2000) based and not DOS based.

In the video above you have some pictures about how the operating systems looked Windows from version 1.0 to Vista. Windows 7 was not integrated into the collage due to the fact that the film was published on youtube.com on December 23 2007.

History of operating systems Windows

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