Quiz! History of Microsoft Windows.

I am going to ask about the history of Microsoft Windows, This is very simple and easy quiz about Microsoft windows. (I HOPE YOU LIKE IT).

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  • Question of

    In which year was Microsoft windows first released?

    • 1995
    • 1980
    • 1979
    • 1985
  • Question of

    Windows XP was released on October 25, 2001 to great fanfare. The original slogan was discarded, and a new one chosen. Why?

    • I didn’t make sense
    • Copyright issues
    • Microsoft hated it
    • The 9/11 attacks
  • Question of

    Even though it became “Windows”, what was Bill Gates’s original name for the system?

    • MicroOP
    • Operating Office
    • Iterface Manager
    • System Store
  • Question of

    Windows 3.0 was a milestone for Microsoft windows for what reason?

    • It was not DOS-Based
    • it became widely popular
    • The name of the Operating system
    • Investor were eager to buy right for it.
  • Question of

    Although Microsoft released Windows Defender for Windows XP, they had another antivirus software of their own, “Microsoft Antivirus”. When was it released?

    • 1980
    • 1993
    • 2002
    • 2010
  • Question of

    Windows Vista was said to be a very poor operating system. Which of these was a major reason?

    • Security of the software
    • You could not uninstall anything
    • You could not use the internet
    • Recycle Bin never worked
  • Question of

    Which operating system of Windows was the first to include Windows Movie Maker?

    • Windows 2000
    • Windows Me
    • Windows XP
    • Windows 8
  • Question of

    Which version of Microsoft Windows was the first to introduce the Start button?

    • Windows NT 4.0
    • Windows 2000
    • Windows 3.0
    • Windows 95


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  1. I got my start with Windows with 3.0. It was horrible. There was a similar tool called GeoWorks Ensemble which came out around the same time and was far superior. Unfortunately a major delay in the update and Bill Gates’ marketing skills pretty much killed it.

    IBM also had OS/2 which was much better. I had to stop using OS/2 because I was a programmer. It was such a good OS that I couldn’t get my software to crash under it like those users who ran DOS and Windows.


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