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35 Years of Microsoft Windows: Remembering Windows 1.0

35 Years of Microsoft Windows: Remembering Windows 1.0

XPopular SearchesXJoin and get a daily digest of news, geek trivia, and our feature articles.By submitting your email, you agree to the and .Microsoft released Windows 1.0 on Nov. 20, 1985. Starting as an environment that ran on top of MS-DOS, Windows became the most popular desktop operating system in the world. Let’s travel back in time, and take a look at what the original Windows 1.0 was like.In the early ’80s, the tech press regarded mouse-based (GUIs) and multitasking as the hot new thing. It was similar to the current craze over augmented reality and neural networks.At that time, the...

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Before Mac OS X: What Was NeXTSTEP, and Why Did People Love It?

Before Mac OS X: What Was NeXTSTEP, and Why Did People Love It?

XPopular SearchesXJoin and get a daily digest of news, geek trivia, and our feature articles.By submitting your email, you agree to the and .Launching with Steve Jobs’ NeXT Computer in 1988, NeXTSTEP advanced desktop operating systems. It became the technological bedrock for Apple’s macOS, iOS, and others. Let’s look at what was so special about NeXTSTEP.Amid heavyweight competition from , Mac OS, , and in the 1990s, the NeXTSTEP operating system stood out. This was due to its elegant use of detailed icons and typography, its built-in networking support, the easy-to-program object-oriented...

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Fake video threatens to rewrite history. Here’s how to protect it

Fake video threatens to rewrite history. Here’s how to protect it

advertisementadvertisementSince burst onto the scene a few years ago, many have worried that they . Creators of deepfakes use artificial intelligence-based neural network algorithms to craft increasingly convincing forgeries of video, audio, and photography almost as if by magic. But this new technology doesn’t just threaten our present discourse. Soon, AI-generated synthetic media may reach into the past and sow doubt into the authenticity of historical events, potentially destroying the credibility of records left behind in our present digital era.advertisementadvertisementIn an age of...

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