It is needless to say that Microsoft Windows operating systems have most certainly changed over the years since the release of Windows 95. It was released in a time when USB was the new thing, yet floppy drives were still popular. Infrared was still a viable connection option and FAT32 partitions was the ideal type of partition used to install it. Over the years, Windows operating systems have become much more advanced in their usability and capabilities.
But don't take my word for it. Below is a chart that shows how the operating system have advanced overtime. And just think that Windows 8 will be coming out soon to replace Windows 7. Windows 7 has only been out for a few years after replacing the now properly defunct Vista. Windows XP and Windows 2000 were always known for their reliability in their prime. Now, look below to see how much of a revolution the Microsoft operating system has taken over time.
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This table shows you how much operating systems have changed over time. It has gone from being able to install an operating system with 4 MB of RAM to needing over a 1 GB. It has gone from being able to support a 2 GB hard drive to supporting a 2 TB hard drive that is 1000 times larger. The technology world has undergone a revolution in operating systems, and this is just the beginning. We will expect big things from Microsoft when they come out with Windows 8 soon.
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