|5337||FUTURE COMPUTING: THE DIRECTION OF MICROSOFT*||FUTURE COMPUTING: THE DIRECTION OF MICROSOFT*||1987||color||67 min||vhs|| (Computer Science Department's Distinguished Lecture Series) William Gates, Microsoft, discusses the uses of microcomputers and how to increase the range of uses for personal computers. He gives a background on the company and a history of the changes in the development of microcomputers. He continues examining the creation of windows, spread sheets, Microsoft OS/2, dynamic data exchange, networking, advanced work-stations, languages, standards, CD's, the future of software. A question and answer period follows.
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