Professor Frazier
Eng. 1101-125
1 November 2015
Essay #3: Microsoft vs. Apple
Who do you think of when it comes to the top 2 competitors in the tech world? There’s no doubt about it that you thought of Microsoft and Apple. In 1984, Apple produced their first Macintosh computer. About a year later, Microsoft windows jumped into the game and stole Apple’s spotlight.
Apple and Microsoft started the computer generation nearly 25 years ago and are still gaining success in the world.
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