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Windows 3.x era comes to an end

Posted on Monday, November 10 2008 @ 00:14:52 CET by

A couple of days ago BBC News wrote Microsoft has stopped issuing licenses for the ancient Windows 3.x operating systems on November 1st:
Windows 3.x has come to the closing moments of its long life.

On 1 November Microsoft stopped issuing licences for the software that made its debut in May 1990 in the US.

The various versions of Windows 3.x (including 3.11) released in the early 1990s, were the first of Microsoft's graphical user interfaces to win huge worldwide success.

They helped Microsoft establish itself and set the trend for how it makes its revenues, and what drives the company until the present day.
To be honest, I didn't even know you could still get licenses for this OS.



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