Windows 3.0

<operating system> A complete rework of Microsoft Windows with many new facilities such as the ability to address memory beyond 640k. It was released in 1990, and vigorous development of applications by third parties helped Microsoft sell over 10 million copies.

Last updated: 1996-07-08

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Windows 3.1

<operating system> A version of Microsoft Windows with many improvements over Windows 3.0, including True Type Fonts, Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) and Mouse Trails for use with LCD Devices. It also saw the loss of Real Mode, which meant it would no longer run on Intel 8086 processors (did anyone ever do this anyway?).

Sometimes described as "stand-alone Windows", in contrast to Windows for Workgroups 3.1. Windows 3.11 is a free bug-fix update. 3.1's successors are Windows 95 and Windows NT.

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Windows 3.11

<operating system> A free minor bug-fix for Windows 3.1.

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Windows/386

<operating system> A version of Microsoft Windows released in late 1987. Windows/386 was basically the same as its predecessor, Windows/286 (as Windows 2 was renamed), but with the capability to run multiple MS-DOS applications simultaneously in extended memory.

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