1993 – Microsoft released another Operating System to focus the business. NT 3.1 was the first release in the NT series. NT stood for “N-Ten,” the codename of the Intel i860 XR processor for which NT was initially developed.The NT kernal was different than the Windows 3.x version. It implemented the Win32 API, or 32 bit programming. Windows NT also was for the business. It didn’t push multimedia like it’s home counterpart.
Full Day in Tech History podcast show notes for July 27
- Tandy 1000 SL is released
- OJ Simpson launches askoj.com
- Cuil Launches to rival Google