The road ahead, Volume 1

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Viking, 1995 - Business & Economics - 286 pages
33 Reviews
The Harvard dropout who founded Microsoft based on his vision of a personal computer in every home and on every desk offers a clearly written, accessible book which describes how the tools of the future will change the way we make choices about everything, from what we buy to how we choose our friends to how we protect our families in an increasingly complicated world. Includes a compact disc which is playable on CD-ROM and audio CD players.

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User Review  - Sukan Sethi - Goodreads

When I read it in 1996, just a few days after I installed Windows 95 on my computer, I felt that Gates was writing science fiction. His prediction of a tablet computer back then sounded like something ... Read full review

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User Review  - Javi - Goodreads

Bill Gates' “The Road Ahead” is non-fiction publication in which Gates writes about how we are on the brink of a complete cultural and technological revolution. He outlines major technological ... Read full review

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Contents

The Beginning of the Information Age
20
Lessons from the Computer Industry
35
Applications and Appliances
65
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Gates is the chairman and chief executive officer of Microsoft Corporation. His vision and commitment regarding personal computing have been central to the success of Microsoft and in the advancement of software technology.