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Comment: Incomplete and Inaccurate (Score 1) 263

by fairytale (#15899014) Attached to: GUIs From 1984 to the Present
This represents maybe 1/100th of the timeline of the evolution of GUI's for desktop PC's. This person obviously never used anything more powerful than a Dell.

Some of the GUI's off the top of my head that were SIGNIFICANT advances during the 80s and 90s include:
* Tandy Deskmate (once the #1 computer seller in America)
* Apple IIgs interface (precursor to the Macintosh)
* Xerox
* OS/2
* Amiga

Most public domain software is free, at least at first glance.

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