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William Henry Gates III was born in Seattle, Washington on October 28th, 1955. Bill Gates came from a lineage of entrepreneurship and high-spirited liveliness.

Bill Gates : Before Microsoft
On October 28, 1955, shortly after 9:00 p.m., William Henry Gates III was born. He was born into a family with a rich history in business, politics, and community service.

Bill Gates - Microsoft Chairman - Chief Software Architect
Use the toolbar to find information about Bill Gates' life, articles, speeches, interests and philanthropic efforts.

Bill Gates - Personal History
"It's very interesting that even with all that money Bill drives himself to work in an average family car and he even flies coach."

Bill Gates - Work History
"Although Bill Gates is known mostly for his founding of Microsoft he also has done a number of programming jobs before becoming the world's richest man."

Bill Gates - Personal Beliefs
"He believes that if you are intelligent and know how to apply your intelligence you can accomplish anything."

Bill Gates - Industry History
His first company was called Traf-O-Data.

Bill Gates - Activities
Bill Gates is quite the giving man.

Books on Bill Gates
Authorized and unauthorized books on Bill Gates, Microsoft Chairman and the youngest self-made billionaire in history.

About Feature Stories On Microsoft and Bill Gates:
MS DOS The Operating System History
From a Quick and Dirty Operating System a giant walks (ms-dos), in 1980, IBM first approached Bill Gates and Microsoft, to discuss the state of home computers and Microsoft products.

Windows 1.0 To Windows Beyond 2000
Windows is the graphical user interface for IBM and IBM compatible machines, this article discusses the origins of Windows and where Windows is heading.

The IBM PC - History
From a Acorn grows a personal computer revolution. In July 1980, IBM representatives meet for the first time with Microsoft's Bill Gates to talk about writing an operating system for IBM's new hush-hush personal computer.

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