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Founded in 1975 by Paul Allen and Bill Gates, Microsoft is a leading software and applications developer. The company engages in developing, licensing and supporting a variety of software products and services. Microsoft...

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Microsoft Exchange is a messaging server for businesses that allows them to communicate using e-mail. The system helps companies to protect their data and work more efficiently.

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Microsoft Access is a database management system used for capturing and analyzing data from computers or networks. Access can also be used to build new applications that use the data once it has been categorized.

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Paul Allen and Bill Gates co-founded Microsoft as a small partnership on April 4, 1975, and Bill Gates became the CEO. They registered the name "Microsoft" with the secretary of state of New Mexico on November 26, 1976.

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Bill Gates and his long-time friend, Paul Allen, started Microsoft to realize their joint vision of developing software for the emerging personal computer market. The pair founded Microsoft on April 4, 1975 in Albuquerqu...

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The Microsoft Windows Store is an online shopping platform where users can purchase and install software and applications from Microsoft. The store also offers customers support for Microsoft applications and software as...

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