People, nowadays, spend many of their time with technology, working or having fun. One of those people who has contributed to technology is Steve Jobs, who created Apple Inc. which revolutionized the computer and mainly tablet industry with its amazing features. As equal as important as Steve Jobs, Marc Andreessen lead the creation of NCSA Mosaic, the web browser that transformed how we think about the World Wide Web. Additional to that, Tim Berners-Lee created the World Wide Web, which changed the way people communicate, work, study, and play. But when using a computer, a tablet, the WWW, a web browser, the type of technology you’ll need to use all of them is an operating system and the man behind that industry is William Henry “Bill” Gates III.
Gates was born on the 28th of October 1955 in the city of Seattle, WA. Gate’s grew up in a wealthy family. His parents were William H. Gates Sr. and Mary Maxwell. Both of Gates’ parents had prominent positions in society. Gates had two siblings both sisters, one older and one younger. The family Gate’s grew up in motivated the children to be ambitious. Gates uncontrollably went through and studied volumes of information. He was a very energetic child who enjoyed sports.
Gates earliest introduction to computers was at the World’s Fair in Seattle, 1962. The first computer Gates worked with was a GE computer. As a teeanager, Gates was extremely dedicated to computers that he would take the chance to use the machine whenever he could even when it was time to sleep. Gates and his partner, Paul Allen, generated 20 thousand dollars with their earliest company, Traf-o-Data. Traf-o-Data was a business which used computers to read traffic statistics.
Fig. 1. This picture shows the Altair 8800, the first computer Microsoft worked for and a strip of BASIC code. The BASIC code was the first product developed by Gates and Allen for Microsoft (“Bill Gates and Altair 8800”).
Gates is most recognizably known for Microsoft Corporation. The first thing that led Gates and Allen to creating Microsoft was when they were introduced to the Altair 8800 microcomputer which was on the cover of the magazine Popular Electronics. To stop people from copying Microsoft’s software without permission, Gates warned the people interest in this...