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Operating Systems

Did you know...
  • ...that Bill Gates wanted Windows to be called Interface Manager?
  • ...that you can't create a folder called CON, PRN, AUX, NUL, COM1, COM2, COM3, COM4, COM5, COM6, COM7, COM8, COM9, LPT1, LPT2, LPT3, LPT4, LPT5, LPT6, LPT7, LPT8, and LPT9. anywhere on any Windows computer?
  • ...that the team that created Windows NT was first called the "Portable Systems" team?
  • ...that in Windows:Longhorn:4042.main.030905-1800 folders exist with names from both the XP-style 'My' name and the Vista-style name which dropped the 'My'?
  • ...that Microsoft's first Press Kit contained a Squeegee (Window washer) and a wash cloth to announce Windows 1.0?
Featured article

Latest Leaked Build

Latest Leaked build: Windows 8

  • 7973.fbl_dnt3_wireless.110330-1800
  • 8032.fbl_core2_sid_data.110623-2054
  • 8128.fbl_core1_soc_partner.111005-1916
  • 8176.fbl_core2_sid_dev.120104-2026
  • 8195.fbl_dnt3_wireless.120201-1800
  • 8277.fbl_dnt2_bus.120208-1700
  • 8432.0.fbl_loc.120611-2000
  • 8438.fbl_ie_longhorn.120620-2000

Windows Server 2016

  • 6.3.9785.0.fbl_partner_eeap.140629-0030
  • 6.4.9834.0.fbl_partner_eeap.140908-0936
Helpful Hints for Editors
  • To assign an article to a category put at the beginning of the code [[Category:<yourcategory>]]. This ensures that our wiki will be organized.
  • Make Pages for recently leaked builds!
  • Help us to organize by placing pages in their right category. Example: Windows 1.0 should go in the category "Microsoft Windows"
  • Search for articles that can be improved. The stub category is a nice place to start