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 Why did Microsoft name Windows as Windows?

Answer I don't know whether this is a just a stupid question but i will try to answer it any way :)I would say that it was because windows was the first operating system that allowed operators to carry o... Read More »
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Where does Microsoft Windows 2003 go when Windows 2007 is installed?

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How do i change the name of a microsoft windows network?

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