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What did the old operating systems look like?

Enjoy this short visual tour through their user interfaces.

OS/2 Warp Version 3.

When operating systems began to use a graphical interface, computing became more democratic and took a giant leap forward. In this post, I want to remember some of the most iconic operating systems along with their interfaces. What yesterday seemed to us the most modern in the world today…

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