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  • You like computers too?! I love programming! The typewriter here can communicate with a computer that isn't at the school. So we can put in commands here!
  • Pc's are the next step! Imagine, calculators, games, and utilities!
  • William Henrey Gates III was born on October 28, 1955, in Seattle, Washington to a very wealthy family. His parent's names are William Gates Sr. and Mary Gates. 
  • You can't press charges. It is completely legal to make a similar product!
  • Giulty!
  • Computers grew on Bill. His parents transferred him to a private school that focused on helping kids find their lifelong interests. When the school introduced Bill and a few friends to a computer they were fascinated. As Bill went through school he decided college wasn't for him, he dropped out to start Microsoft with Paul Allen.
  • Bill was a strict boss. He expected his employees to be dedicated workers and work long nights. He would often yell at his employees. Microsoft's first software was called MS-DOS for IBM systems (Wich were huge computers that cost millions!) However when Microsoft made a browser and it did so good another company sued them.
  • $2,000,000,000
  • Bill went to court because one compony who was making a browser sued them. That company sued Microsoft because Microsoft made a similar version of their product. Even though it was legal to make a similar product, Bill lost.
  • Later in his life, Bill found a wife, Melinda Gates. She had been working at Microsoft. After they got married, Bill and Melinda quit Microsoft to work full time at their new company, the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation. 
  • Bill founded The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and made their first donation of $2,000,000,000 to polio research. Now Bill donates most of his wealth to research and cures for diseases.
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