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Firas Ammouri

Firas Ammouri Firas Ammouri

Niner since 2009

  • The History of Microsoft - 1998

    Keep Up the Good Work

  • The History of Microsoft - 1993

    looking forward for the beginnings of windows 95 Cool

  • The History of Microsoft - 1992

    Windows NT was known as OS/2 Version 3.0, later and after the dispute between Microsoft & IBM it renamed to be Windows NT Cool

  • The History of Microsoft - 1991

    I thought that there was two versions of the Visual Basic, one version for DOS and another version for Windows.

  • The History of Microsoft - 1984

    Im like you Rob, I can't wait until the next week to see the offical annoncement of windows 1.x
  • The History of Microsoft - 1983

    The price of that low-cost handheld pointing device (Mouse) was $195 I think it was a lot.

     

    I’m not sure if Excel is the newer version of Multiplan or they are two different products!

  • The History of Microsoft - 1981

    I’m not sure if I can say “portable” for that “Osborne 1”  I think it’s weighted more than two desktops

     

    It’s nice to hear that optimistic time estimates also by Bill Gates, it’s the repeatable glitch for the most of the software estimators

  • The History of Microsoft - 1980

    I thought DOS is what makes Microsoft, but it’s obvious from Tina’s videos that Microsoft was created many products before DOS

    I think Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer were lucky to work together since 1980, it was surprising for me because I didn’t heard about Steve  Ballmer before 2000, anyhow Steve Ballmer was and still the most funniest energetic and hard-charger person in Microsoft. Steve joined Microsoft when it was just 23 employees and it’s now 71’000 employees.

    What makes me laugh that Microsoft invest in “UNIX” OS  after purchasing the Unix license for Version 7 from AT&T to make it available for the 16-bit microcomputers and name it XENIX – later it’s Windows lol, I’m very excited to see what’s next…

    Thanks Tina.

  • The History of Microsoft - 1980

    I thought DOS is what makes Microsoft, but it’s obvious from Tina’s videos that Microsoft was created many products before DOS

    I think Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer were lucky to work together since 1980, it was surprising for me because I didn’t heard about Steve  Ballmer before 2000, anyhow Steve Ballmer was and still the most funniest energetic and hard-charger person in Microsoft. Steve joined Microsoft when it was just 23 employees and it’s now 71’000 employees.

    What makes me laugh that Microsoft invest in “UNIX” OS  after purchasing the Unix license for Version 7 from AT&T to make it available for the 16-bit microcomputers and name it XENIX – later it’s Windows lol, I’m very excited to see what’s next…

    Thanks Tina.

  • The History of Microsoft - 1978

    I think Visual studio is the result of the Bill Gates interest in a sophisticated programming editor since the first years of establishing Microsoft.

     

    With regardless for the aspect ratio it’s another great video, thanks Tina.

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