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----------------------------------------------------------- Microsoft Windows 95 README for Microsoft Windows August 1996 ----------------------------------------------------------- (c) Copyright Microsoft Corporation, 1996 ------------------------ HOW TO USE THIS DOCUMENT ------------------------ To view Readme.txt on screen in Notepad, maximize the Notepad window. To print Readme.txt, open it in Notepad or another word processor, then use the Print command on the File

Microsoft Anti-Trust Case In 1890, Congress passed the Sherman Anti-Trust Act. Since then there has been very few companies that have violated this act. In 1911 it was used it to break J.D. Rockefeller’s Standard Oil trust in to 30 different competing companies. Then in 1982 AT&T’s monopoly was broken up in what has been called the biggest anti-trust case to date. Now Microsoft has been charged and found guilty. ( “America's History Of Monopoly-Busting” ) Lack of trust

Do You Have a Choice in Surfboards Who owns the Internet? If you were to ask this question to any person familiar with the World Wide Web they most likely would say that nobody owns the "Net", but in the past few years a major player has stepped onto the Internet scene and they don't want just a piece of it, they want to dominate the whole thing. This ambitious, greed machine is the one and only Microsoft juggernaut. The Microsoft corporation has been known for years as the best operating

In 1975 Bill Gates and Paul Allen created a company called Microsoft; in 1981 Microsoft became a corporation. Microsoft’s purpose has been to originate software for the personal computer in the workplace, educational institution, and household. Microsoft’s resourceful products and advertising have made it the world’s chief software provider. Some of its resources include operating systems for personal computers, server applications for client-server environments, trade and consu

The Microsoft Antitrust Case The case against Microsoft was brought buy the U.S. Department of Justice, as well as several state Attorneys General. Microsoft is accused of using and maintaining monopoly power to gain an unfair advantage in the market. The case has been under observation for a long time, but the Justice department is having trouble coming up with substantial evidence against Microsoft. Specifically, the Department must prove:  That Microsoft has monopoly power

Gates World Congrats to the man of the millennium Mr. Bill Gates. Bill developed the wonderful software that makes computing so much fun! As his company, Microsoft, surges for domination in the computing industry, I picture Bill installing little buttons under his desk for possible world take-over. Forget the Y2K bug, that’s nothing! Through Windows I see Bill using Microsoft much like a chess move for world-wide Gates time! But don’t worry, I’m sure Bill has some pr

In 1994 Microsoft decided to get into the financial software system by attempting to be a central player in the mix of the software business. Bill Gates decided that the financial system would be where Microsoft would make their money. Employees of Microsoft set out with a great attitude to take control of the suddenly emerging electronic bank field. (Intuit Microsoft merger void Internet source) Intuit s Quicken software dominated the electronic banking field, controlling seventy percen

Before you use Microsoft Access to actually build the tables, forms, and other objects that will make up your database, it is important to take time to design your database. A good database design is the keystone to creating a database that foes what you want it to do effectively, accurately, and efficiently. The first step in designing a Microsoft Access database is to determine the purpose of the database and how it s to be used. You need to know what information you want from the databas

Does Microsoft Have Too Much Power?Initially, there is nothing. Then, there is Bill Gates the founder of Microsoft. Once a young, eager teenager running a small business of other teenagers, now the richest man in the world controlling an operating system practically every IBM compatible computer in the world uses. Computers are not the only thing that Microsoft desires. Now, they wish to influence the Internet. With all the opportunities that it offers, many companies race to develop sof

Should this business update to Windows 2000 from Windows 98 for its office PCs? In the business world today, computers and the software applications that run on them basically control an well-organized business. Every major company is equipped with a computer, or network that connects through different branches throughout the firm. To keep up with the fastest technology that dominates the market is to be a sensible buyer. A system can be outdated in a matter of two years time. Theref