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Win95 FAQ Part 14 of 14: Misc
Section - 14.10. Top ten reasons why Microsoft created Windows 95

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   (I can use some jokes here)
   
   10. Microsoft had too many programmers doing nothing
   
   9. Bill Gates had a vision from God
   
   8. "Mac on PC! Mac on PC!"
   
   7. Bill Gates wanted to celebrate their latest court victory over
   Apple with a bang
   
   6. To sell more NT servers
   
   5. To sell more NT workstations (Hence the Designed for Win95
   requirements)
   
   4. MS couldn't buy the source code to the Amiga OS (Though I bet they
   tried real hard)
   
   3. OS/2 flopped, NT originally flopped, maybe third time lucky?
   
   2. To bring PCs and users up to speed
   
   1. To kill DOS dead
   

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