History of MicroComputers (1980s)

In 1980 IBM made a deal with microsoft to provide an operating system for their upcoming IBM PCs. Microsoft purchased a program developed by Seattle Computer Products called Q-DOS (Quick & Dirty Operating System) and modified it to run on IBM Computers. This was the origin of MS-DOS. In the same year Bell Labs (The birth place of UNIX OS and C programming language) invented the ''Bell-Mac-32'' ; the first single chip microprocessor with 32-Bit internal architecture and 32-Bit Data Bus.

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