BILL GATES UNVEILS MICROSOFT WINDOWS XP OPERATING SYSTEM
Original caption: Microsoft chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates gestures while unveiling the Microsoft Windows XP operating system at the Experience Music Project (EMP) in Seattle, February 13, 2001. The event featured a demonstration of the brand new visual design for Windows XP which is built on an enhanced Windows 200 engine by Gates and Jim Allchin, Microsoft's vice president of Windows and the platforms products group. REUTERS/Photo by Anthony P. Bolante
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