It’s no surprise that Microsoft is the preferred supplier of operating systems across the globe. Take a walk down memory lane with this infographic from Best STL, detailing the complete history of Microsoft from the birth of Bill Gates in 1955 to the modern day.
For more than 30 years Microsoft has dominated the enterprise technology market. Here, Firebrand Training provides an overview of Microsoft’s products – past and present.
The following infographic by DotComInfoway provides users a glance at the various stages of development, editions and the usage of Windows 8 on various devices. Data, statistics and details of the salient features of the OS are presented with clarity along with striking illustrations. The listing of pros and cons lets users to know what they can expect from the OS.
Microsoft recently released Windows Server 2012. As the latest installment rolled out to production Firebrand Training asked the big question that was on every Tech workers lips: “Are you planning to integrate Windows Server 2012 into your network?” This infographic lays out the results of the Windows Server 2012 survey.
Microsoft claims to have brought many innovations in Windows 8. But does it really deserve this credit? This infographic from Darktips highlights those ‘innovations’ and compare it with what the competitors are offering.
This infographic by MicrosoftTraining.net provides information about the different Microsoft Office packages that have been released since 1990. The infographic also includes information about Office 2013 which is going to be released soon.
Microsoft is known by everyone as the provider of Office and the Windows operating system (which of us have on our PC’s). But what many fail to remember is the fact that Microsoft has been creating technology for over 30 years that affects just about everything we do both at home and at work. The infographic from Firebrand Training follows the three decades of Microsoft technology which has affected our lives.
What an amazing success story Apple is! After almost filing for bankruptcy 16 years ago and Microsoft bailing them out, Apple is now the most valuable public company in history, worth nearly $637 billion. In fact, it has now surpassed Microsoft itself as the following infographic from Pronto will reveal.
Since its inception, the Microsoft Windows operating system has gone through quite a bit of evolution. The following infographic from Tech King outlines the history and current status of the world’s most popular operating system.