History Of MicroComputers (1990s)

In 1990 Microsoft released the Windows 3.0, selling one million copies in four months. Motorola released the Motorola 68040, a 32-Bit Microprocessor with 1.2 million transistors.
In 1991 The Apple Company launched the PowerBook series of portable computers running on batteries. Apple, IBM and Motorola also signed a cooperative agreement to design & produce RISC-based chips, integrate the Macintosh OS into IBM's enterprise systems, develop object oriented Operating System and develop common multimedia standards.

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