On what is becoming a running theme here on SoylentNews, we’re reliving the early 90s, and picking up right where I left off from Windows for Workgroups, it was time to look at the 800-pound gorilla: Novell NetWare.
Windows for Workgroups was one of the more underrated versions of Windows. While WIndows 95 would formally mark Microsoft’s domination of the desktop, Workgroups would form the basis where many the less prominent but still important underlying changes would be.
Hello World programs are a programmer’s introduction to a new environment. So what did Windows 1.0’s hello program look like, and what did it take to compile it?