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Today in History of Computer-15th August
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In 1984 ,
Amiga is purchased by Commodore
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Amiga was purchased by Commodore Business Systems.
The Amiga computer was originally intended to be a gaming system, but was redesigned as a personal computer.
it has a better User Interface than the IBM-PC and less expensive than the Macintosh.

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In 1994

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Microsoft Corp. decided to work to incorporate an Internet browser into its upcoming Windows 95 operating system in an effort to catch up to the Internet bandwagon it had missed. On August 15, Windows 95 programmer Benjamin Slivka sent an e-mail to his coworkers suggesting a World Wide Web browser as a feature for Windows 95. Microsoft has faced legal challenges for the way it bundled the result of the project - Internet Explorer - with Windows software!!

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In 1994:
Microsoft Corp. decided to work to incorporate an Internet browser into its upcoming Windows 95 operating system in an effort to catch up to the Internet bandwagon it had missed. On August 15, Windows 95 programmer Benjamin Slivka sent an e-mail to his coworkers suggesting a World Wide Web browser as a feature for Windows 95. Microsoft has faced legal challenges for the way it bundled the result of the project - Internet Explorer - with Windows software!!

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@raja if u wanna add this points then edit the post and add that no need to make a new post

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