3. Early Life...
Gates was born in Seattle,
Washington on October 28,
He is the son of William
Gates and Mary Gates.
His father was a prominent
lawyer, and his mother served
as the board of directors for
Interstate Banc System and
the United Way.
Gates has one elder sister,
Kristi, and one younger
4. School Time...
At 13, he enrolled in the
private Lakeside School.
When he was in the eighth
grade, the Mothers Club at
the school used proceeds
rummage sale to buy a
General Electric (GE)
computer for the school's
Gates took an interest in
programming the GE system in
He wrote his first computer
program on this machine: An
implementation of tic-tac-toe
that allowed users to play
games against the computer.
5. College time....
Gates graduated from Lakeside
School in 1973, and was a
National Merit Scholar. He
scored 1590 out of 1600 on the
SAT and enrolled at Harvard
University at Cambridge.
While at Harvard, he met
Steve Ballmer, who would
later succeed Gates as CEO of
Microsoft (from 2000 to
6. Starting Of Microsoft...
Gates did not have a definite study
plan while a student at Harvard.
Gates remained in contact with
Paul Allen, and he joined him at
Honeywell in 1974.
Gates was attracted by the
machine and how it would
always execute software code
At age 17, Gates formed a
business partnership with Allen,
called Traf-O-Data, to make
traffic counters based on the
Intel 8008 processor.
8. Gates said:
“Early on, Paul Allen and I set the
goal of a computer on every desk
and in every home. It was a bold
idea and a lot of people thought we
were out of our minds to imagine it
9. How Bill Gates Laid the Seeds of a Global
1. Founding Microsoft
2. Launching the age of home computers
3. Introducing MS-DOS and Windows
4. Introducing Office Management Tools
5. Paving the way for Development Tools
6. Empowering organizations
10. Starting of Windows…)
Microsoft launched its first Operating System named
Windows on 1985 as the growing interest
in Graphical User Interfaces, and in August,
Microsoft struck a deal with IBM to develop a
separate operating system called OS/2.
Windows is a metafamily of Graphical Operating
Systems developed, marketed, and sold by
Microsoft Windows came to dominate the world's
personal computer market with over 90%
market share, overtaking Mac, Operating System of
When we counting all of the computing platforms
11. • Windows 1.0
• It was to compete with Apple's operating system,but
1981 achieved little popularity.
• Windows 2.0
• It’s improvements user interface and memory
• Windows 2.1
• It was released in two different versions: Windows
286 and 386
• Windows 3.0
• It had improved the design.
Starting of Windows…)
• Windows 3.1
• It was featured a facelift.
• Windows 3.2
• It is an updated Chinese version of Windows 3.1.
• Windows 95
• While still remaining MS-DOS-based, It support 32 bit.
• Windows 98- included integration with Internet
Explorer 4 through and updated Desktop.
• Widows XP
• Most successful OS and easy to use(2001-2014)
• Windows Vista
• Windows 7
• It has a best Graphical Interface and easy as Windows XP.
• Windows 8
• Updated Version of Windows 7 and little change in system.
• Windows 10
• It was again come with Start menu and updated OS.
• Windows 11
• A slick new interface, better security, updated apps,
14. Bill Gates’ influence on technology and innovation is
unsurpassed. Over half a century, his projects have
repositioned and jet propelled an entire industry. Today,
innovation, creativity, and design are spearheaded by his
ingenuity and foresight.
15. Journey of Becoming Entrepreneur through
1. Microsoft - Originally a company that wrote applications and
2. Had not written any OS until IBM approached them for help
on its pc
3. Bill Gates purchased the operating system known as CPM
DOS from a small software company in Seattle
4. Leased the OS to IBM as Microsoft Disc Operating System
5. Lease agreement gave IBM unrestricted use of DOS.
6. When COMPAQ approached Microsoft about licensing MS-
DOS, Microsoft leased it to them on a per PC basis,
7. It proved more profitable for Microsoft.
16. Since its inception, his technology has continued
to change the world in several ways:
• It paved the way for manufacturing the Smart TVs of today. The
features these TVs offer were first introduced by Microsoft
through its Media Center.
• By launching Xbox Live, the company familiarized the world
with the idea of online gaming; a concept later followed by
• Microsoft introduced the Pocket Personal Computer (PC) and
Windows Mobile the direct precursor to tablets and smart
phones. In 2001, Gates announced that he was already using a
tablet, and predicted it to become the most popular form of
computer in the future.
17. Bill Gates Warns of Looming Global
Crisis that the world will experience due to the invasion
of Ukraine. In fact, Gates also linked the cause of the
crisis to the COVID pandemic
According to Bill Gates, The debt levels of
governments were already very, very high, and there
were already problems in the supply chain
It's likely to accelerate the inflationary problems
To force an increase in interest rates that will eventually
cause an economic downturn
18. Bill Gates’s Concern about Recession
• According to Bill Gates, loss of productivity and
profitability across the economy
• Recession risks are rising as well as inflation
• If inflation is not brought under control soon, it will force
interest rates significantly higher, which could very
possibly pop the massive global debt bubble and lead to a
severe recession or even depression.
• Another major factor that could push the global economy
into recession is the labor shortage
19. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s
Strategic Investment Fund
• Created the Strategic Investment Fund (SIF) team
to address urgent challenges in global
development, global health, and education.
• They launched with a $400 million pilot, which
has since grown to a $2.5 billion.
• They partner with entrepreneurs, companies, and
other organizations to create incentives that
harness the power of private enterprise to create
change for those who need it most.
20. Bill & Melinda Gates
• Direct Equity Investments: Provide equity to support the
• Loans and Credit Enhancements: They provide low-interest
loans to companies
• Fund Investments: To build a portfolio of investments
in sectors that serve those who need it most
21. Bill Gates Foundation to Reduces
Poverty through Employment
Generation in China
• China had several issues that have contributed to its
problems with poverty, more urbanized country,
underpaying jobs in urban areas
• Assigned teams have gone to farms and villages to
investigate how those areas are performing
• Made sure that struggling land receive assistance
• Providing employment opportunities for more than
2.5 million people
• More than 30,000 poverty reduction workshops and
classes in order to gain employment close to home.
29. Bill Gates As a Leader
Given Gates’ path to tremendous success, he has been known to
lead since working with his friend, and has kept learning along the
way to better himself and others. Some of his leading attributes
• Empowerment of Others
• Always Learning Attitude
• Limitless Goals
30. Gates’ Political Influence
• Software Copyright
• Education Policy
• Organizational Donations
• Microsoft Political Action Committee
• Vaccine Colonialism
1. Established Microsoft, The Most Successful Computer Software
2. Co-Developed the Programming Language
3. Made the PC Dos Operating System
4. The World’s Youngest Self-Made Billionaire
5. Microsoft Company Came up with Windows 95
6. Richest Man in the World at the Age of 39
7. Bill and Melina Gates Foundation
8. Contributed to the Creation of Modern PC
33. Charities & foundations
Bill Gates has supported many charities and foundations among
them Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation ,ALS Association,
Program, Children with AIDS, Food Bank For New York City,
Make A Child Smile Appeal, Rotary International and The
34. Gates Foundation
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, private philanthropic
foundation established in 2000 by Microsoft cofounder
Bill Gates and his wife.
in 2006, the investor and philanthropist Warren Buffett
made a lifetime pledge to the foundation and donate $31
35. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation sub Division
• Global Development Division
• United States Division
• Global Health Division
• Global Policy & Advocacy Division
• Global Growth & Opportunity Division
1. Silver Buffallo award (2010)
2. Bower Award of Leadership (2010)
3. Distinguished Fellow of the British Computer Society award
4. Satellite Special Achievement Award (1997)
5. Jefferson Award (2002)
6. Mary Woodard Lasker Award (2013)