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Windows utilises icons and tools that simplify the
complex operations performed by computers. It is estimated that 90% of personal computers use the Windows operating system. Microsoft introduced the operating system in 1985, and it has continued to be widely used to this day. Since its initial released in 1985, there have been a number of new versions released, as well as continuing to release updated versions every few years.
It is essential that anyone working within the IT industry has a strong
understating of windows and how it operates.
Jobs that use Windows:
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