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Anyway, thanks for bringing another Windows vs Mac war to IAB!
Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows NT etc. all had the basic interface of Windows 98, therefore it would be redundant to post shots of them. The only thing different about them is how they worked.
then i went all the way up to 95, then 98, then windows ME, and finally windows XP (on a computer which is actually an acceptable speed unlike all the others)
AH THE GOOD TIMES WHEN THERE WEREN`T PC`S TO EDIT YOUR HOMEWORK. HAD WORDPAD. AND THOSE 5 INCH FLOPPIES WITH `NUMBER MUNCHERS` AND `THE OREGON TRAIL`
THAT KDE SH`T LOOKS EVEN BETTER THAN MAC OR PC WHAT IS IT?
Same here, like the time I completely messed up Windows 3.1 by deleting some files I shouldn`t have and we had to get a new computer.
Correct me if I`m wrong, but I assumed these computers ran on command-line/text only interfaces, and not GUIs. That`s probably why they`re not listed, because these never ran on "desktops."
Apple actually filed a law suit against Microsoft about that, although they didn`t win because the judge had no clue what they were talking about.
Vista is just an OSX knockoff. I actually saw a video... Someone was describing the new features in Vista, and all of those features were being shown with OSX. Pretty funny, actually.
and what about GEM the Atari ST GUI
The first electronic computer, but there were also other non-electronic computers invented throught history. Check out this link on Heron, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hero_of_Ale... he built complex machines involving weights and rotating dowels with pegs in which ropes could be placed to operate various things.
Commodore, Amiga, Tandy, et cetera.
And sure the Eniac was not a desktop computer by any means, but they could at least mentioned it.