Digital Media Timeline in Windows

In 1991, Microsoft Corp. added the first digital audio and video capabilities to the Microsoft Windows operating system with Multimedia Extensions in Windows 3.0. From that simple beginning, Microsoft has continued to develop the core digital media capabilities of Windows, responding to customer demands for ever-more powerful, integrated and easy-to-use digital media features. This timeline illustrates how these capabilities have grown and evolved over the years.

View: Digital Media Timeline in Windows

News source: Windows Media Home

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