The History of Microsoft WinPad — The 1992 Tablet OS You’ve Never Heard Of

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Back in 1992, Microsoft began the development of a tablet version of Windows called WinPad. Its goal was to be a completly new way to interact with Windows computers. Unfortunately, things didn’t work out that way, as the project was killed off 2 years later. Discover the full story, and how Microsoft used what they learned from WinPad in today’s retrospective video!

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