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Windows ME, launched in 2000, was the final DOS-based iteration of Windows.The platform has undergone a swift evolution since it migrated away from DOS, with some versions proving much more successful than others. It was created by Finnish student Linus Torvalds, who wanted to create a free operating system kernel that anyone could use.What we have as a result are hundreds of bespoke Linux-based operating systems known as distributions, or 'distros'.
The first version of Windows, 1.0, was released in 1985, two years after Bill Gates founded Microsoft.
It ran from MS-DOS, which launched Program Manager to run applications.
Two years after the first version of Windows was launched, Gates rolled out the next version of the operating system, Windows 2.0, with a third iteration, Microsoft Windows/386 launching in the same year.
Windows 10 is, by far, the most popular operating system on the market, but for years technology specialists have argued the case for using Linux.
Both sides of the debate bring out fanatical devotees to either who will shout their preference out till they are blue in the face and smugly suggesting the other will soon see sense and jump ship.
Given the nature of open source software, these distros can vary wildly in functionality and sophistication, and many are constantly evolving.