Today in computer history: November 20

The 325th day of 2020. It's a leap year and there are 41 days left in the year from this day.

Thomas Siebel pictureNovember 20, 1952
68 years ago

Thomas Siebel was born, an American business executive, software developer and investor.

Ray Ozzie pictureNovember 20, 1955
65 years ago

Ray Ozzie was born, an American software industry entrepreneur and chief technical officer at Microsoft.

CompanyNovember 20, 1984
36 years ago

SETI was founded.

MicrosoftNovember 20, 1985
35 years ago

Microsoft Windows 1.0 was released.

IntelNovember 20, 2000
20 years ago

The Intel Pentium 4 architecture (Willamette) was released.

GoogleNovember 20, 2013
7 years ago

Google discontinued Google Checkout and replaced it with Google Wallet.

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