Ghosts of Windows past

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Ghosts of Windows past

Windows 3.0 made good use of 386 CPU hardware, but it was a GUI shell, not an OS.

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Ghosts of Windows past - Windows 3.1

The upgraded File Manager was one of the highlights of Windows 3.1.

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Ghosts of Windows past - Windows NT 3.x

The best we could say about NT Advanced Server was that it showed promise as an application server platform.

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Ghosts of Windows past - Windows 95

Windows 95 introduced the nesting Start menu and bundled system tools.

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Ghosts of Windows past - Windows NT 4.0

NT 4.0 integrated Windows 95 elements such as the Network Neighborhood.

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Ghosts of Windows past - Windows 98

Windows 98s Active Desktop allowed users to view Web content.

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Ghosts of Windows past - Windows 2000

Active Directory made Windows 2000 both compelling and formidable.

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Ghosts of Windows past - Windows XP

Windows XP was a security step forward, but XP SP2 was a leap.

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Ghosts of Windows past - Windows Server 2003

The changes we saw in IIS 6.0, part of Windows Server 2003, represented a complete re-think of Microsofts former features-first security architecture.

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