On This Day in Tech & Computer History: July 14th

Acknowledging the major events in Tech & computer History; On this day shares the most important computer events that occurred on this day in history. Today we feature the anniversary of the launch of the first version of BSD Unix OS and the success of Apple App store.

 

1992 – First Version of Unix OS386BSD_installer_screenshot

In 1992, a new version (0.1) of the free BSD Unix operating system 386BSD is released by Lynne Jolitz and William Jolitz for Intel 80386 processors. This release marks the beginning of the open source Operating Systems.

 

 

 

2008 – Success of Apple appsApple appstore

Just four days after the launch of the app store Apple announces that over ten million apps have been downloaded by iPhone and iPod users from the new App Store.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Looking to discover what events happened on your birthday or on a important day in your life? There is an entire catalogue of computer and technology history events for everyday of the year. Browse the entire range of On This Day.

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