The Mainframe Behind Microsoft’s Modern OS, Windows NT turns 20

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  1. What ? NT 4 wasn’t the last version of NT – although it may have been the last to actually carry the ‘NT’ name. NT 5 was eagerly awaited as its release approached, but MS chose to name it Windows 2000 just before launch. After that, NT 5.1 was released under the name of Windows XP. The current version, NT 6.2, is better known to the public as Windows 8. MS may have chosen to bury the NT name now, but that’s what we’ve all been running since Windows XP.

  2. I was also pinpointing to the nomenclature. As explained in the next lines, only the name NT was clipped, otherwise, every computing OS Microsoft has released since is part of the same NT family.

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