In the late 1980s, someone at IBM had a pretty cool idea. IBM responded to the popularity of “personal computers” such as Apple II and TRS-80 and decided to enter the game. Following a rapid development, IBM announced the first IBM Personal Computer 5150 in August 1981. To enter the market quickly, IBM mostly used spare parts and licensed or purchased other third-party components. One of them was the operating system.
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