25 years ago, on 24th August 1995, Microsoft introduced Windows 95 Operating System to the retail users as the successor of the MSDOS based Windows 3.1 family. Over the years, Windows evolved continuously and increased the user experience of Start Menu, Themes, icons, and more.


To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Windows 95 OS, Microsoft created a short video showing the evolution of Windows over the decades. Microsoft also published interviews with two engineers who worked on Windows 95.


Microsoft celebrates 25th anniversary of Windows 95


Here are the two-part episodes hosted in Windows Insider Podcast for August, where Jason Howard interviewed two engineers who worked on Windows 95 and still working with the company:


And, here is the 25th-anniversary video created by Microsoft showcasing the evolution of Windows over the years:




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