Technical Support Services Offer Everything Needed For Your Os Experience

Tuesday, July 14, 2009
There are various operating systems available in the marketing like Linux, MAC & Windows. Each operating system designed by different vendors. Windows has been designed by Microsoft. Linux being an open source has been built under GPL license & is freely available in the market. MAC being another operating system in the market has been designed & coded by Apple Computers.

Windows 1.0 was released by Microsoft & first came into existence in Nov 1985 as an add-on to MS-DOS in response to the growing interest in Graphical User Interface (GUI). Microsoft Windows came to dominate the world's personal computer market, overtaking Mac OS, which had been introduced previously. After this Microsoft never looked back and kept on releasing the new versions of windows in the market after collecting the user feedback. Slowly & gradually Microsoft became one of the biggest brands in the market with the operating system.

As the new versions of the operating systems were released new features were added to each version. The problems or the limitations found using online Microsoft windows vista tech support sites or other sources which were found in the earlier versions were fixed in the newer versions and an attempt was always made to keep themselves a step ahead of the technology or the need of the user. Slowly and gradually Microsoft identified a way to collect the information from every user by the way of error reporting & submitting the details of the error directly to Microsoft Support. This way of collecting the information from the user and identifying the problem was appreciated by the other technical support or service providers and followed by them.

Today being a big organization Microsoft has outsourced its computer tech support services to various vendors in the world located at various locations. These vendors serve Microsoft customer’s at some cost or free of charge depending on the kind of technical support required. Microsoft has also launched this on online windows tech support services and help related to the common issues that a user faces to minimize the cost and save the time of the user which can be viewed at

As the technology was worked upon Internet came into existence which was a revolution in the market as the entire world was at a mouse click. In the early 90s—the dawn of history as far as the World Wide Web is concerned—relatively few users were communicating across this global network. They used an assortment of shareware and other software for Microsoft Windows operating system.

In 1995, Microsoft hosted an Internet Strategy Day and announced its commitment to adding Internet capabilities to all its products. In fulfillment of that announcement, Microsoft Internet Explorer arrived as both a graphical Web browser and the name for a set of technologies.

In July 1995, Microsoft released the Windows 95 operating system, which included built-in support for dial-up networking and TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol), key technologies for connecting to the Internet. In response to the growing public interest in the Internet, Microsoft created an add-on to the operating system called Internet Explorer 1.0. When Windows 95 with Internet Explorer debuted, the Internet became much more accessible for many more people.

Internet Explorer technology originally shipped as the Internet Jumpstart Kit in Microsoft Plus! For Windows 95. Internet Explorer replaced the need for cumbersome, manual installation steps required by many of the existing shareware browsers.

After traveling a long way a new operating system would hit the market with the name Windows 7 which is expected to be more user friendly & secure than the earlier operating systems released in the market. The default browser expected to be is Internet Explorer 8.0 with this new operating system which would be released this year by Microsoft.