If Microsoft had never allowed anyone to create applications for Windows, the most ubiquitous operating system on the planet would have never taken off. That, of course, wasn’t the case. Instead, the Windows software-development kit was created alongside the OS from the very beginning. Microsoft’s goal for an OS wasn’t just to build a software product for managing the personal computer. It was to provide an open platform
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