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'''Windows 1.0 Beta Release''' is a pre-release version of [[Windows 1.0]], that shipped to testers in 1985-05-08. This build includes an updated RTM-style installer, mostly finalized UI, color support on the IBM PC and additional applications, alongside redesigns of existing ones from the Alpha. Source code and documentation for the developers was moved to a separate package called the "Software Development Kit" (SDK).
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'''Windows 1.0 Beta Release''' is a pre-release version of [[Windows 1.0]], shipped to testers in 1985-05-08. The source code and documentation for the developers was moved to a package called "Software Development Kit" (or simply SDK).
  
 
== Machine requirements ==
 
== Machine requirements ==
 
This version is designed for users of IBM and COMPAQ personal computers running [[MS-DOS]] or [[IBM PC-DOS|PC-DOS]], and requires a graphical display adapter.
 
This version is designed for users of IBM and COMPAQ personal computers running [[MS-DOS]] or [[IBM PC-DOS|PC-DOS]], and requires a graphical display adapter.

Latest revision as of 14:46, 13 January 2020

Windows 1.0 Beta Release
Build of Windows 1.0
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Kernel 1.0
Architecture x86 (16-bit)
BIOS date 1985-05-02
TCB Build Page TCB Build Page
TCB Gallery TCB Gallery Page

Windows 1.0 Beta Release is a pre-release version of Windows 1.0, shipped to testers in 1985-05-08. The source code and documentation for the developers was moved to a package called "Software Development Kit" (or simply SDK).

Machine requirements

This version is designed for users of IBM and COMPAQ personal computers running MS-DOS or PC-DOS, and requires a graphical display adapter.