Bill Gates' letter on 40's Microsoft anniversary

On April 4, 1975, Bill Gates and Paul Allen started a small company called Microsoft. You probably know the story from there: Bill Gates became the richest man in the world, and then gradually began to retire from his company to focus on philanthropic endeavors through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Gates, despite all his philanthropic endeavors, seems to have never been away from Microsoft. Last year when Satya Nadella took over as CEO of the company, Gates said he could play a bigger role in the company.

Bill Gates, on 40's Microsoft anniversary, sent the following letter to the company's employees. Bill Gates' letter was posted at Twitter by Amit Choudhary and sources confirmed in TheVerge its authenticity.

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Paul Allen and Bill Gates

Tomorrow is a special day: 40's Microsoft anniversary.

Initially, Paul Allen and Bill Gates had set the goal of one computer in every office and home. It was a bold idea and many people thought we would be crazy to think it was possible. It's amazing to think about how far computing has gone by, and we can all be proud of the part played by Microsoft in this revolution.

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Today, however, I think much more about Microsoft's future than its past. I believe that computers will evolve faster in the next 10 years more than ever. We are already living in a multi-platform world, and computing will become even more flexible. We have approached the point where computers and robots will be able to see, move and interact naturally with the release of many new applications to empower people.

Under Satya's leadership, Microsoft is in a better position than ever to lead these developments. We have the resources to solve difficult problems. We are committed to every aspect of modern computing and have the deepest commitment to industry research. As part of my role as Satya technical advisor, I am impressed by the vision and talent I see. The result is evident in products like Cortana, Skype Translator and HoloLens - and these are just some of the many innovations on the way.

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In the coming years, Microsoft will be able to reach even more people and organizations around the world. Technology is still far away for many people, because it is complex or expensive, or simply because they do not have access. So I hope you will think about what you can do to make technology accessible to everyone, connect people to each other, and make use of personal computers available everywhere.

We have done a lot together during our first 40 years and have countless businesses and people to make the most of their potential. But what matters most now is what we will do next. Thank you for your help in making Microsoft a fantastic company today and for the next few decades.

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