Tech companies like Facebook, Google and Amazon are already a very well-oiled machine.
But a few key changes can make a difference, and those changes are starting to trickle down to the bottom.
In this tech story, we’ll take a look at the biggest changes coming in the coming years and how they will affect you and your business.
Read moreFirst, a bit of historyFirst, here’s a quick recap of the history of tech: In the early 1990s, computer software companies like Apple and Microsoft began to release their own personal computers.
Apple, which at the time was selling about $20,000 worth of its personal computers, quickly gained a following among the tech community and eventually became the dominant computer maker.
Microsoft, in turn, started releasing Windows PCs in the early 2000s, a time when people still tended to buy personal computers from local retailers like Best Buy or Wal-Mart.
Windows PCs became the industry standard, but the industry as a whole had long been dominated by PCs manufactured by Apple.
As the industry matured, Apple’s share of the PC market declined to just 2.9 per cent in 2013.
But as the companies’ dominance faded, they also started to become more competitive.
Apple’s PC market share began to decline in the late 2000s.
But in the following years, as Microsoft’s PC share grew, so too did Apple’s PC growth.
The two companies were now both producing and selling Windows PCs at an impressive clip, even though Microsoft was still primarily selling Macintosh computers.
Apple also enjoyed the advantage of being a company that had the advantage in terms of the software it made.
The Apple brand was extremely popular with the masses and the company’s products were also considered well-made, with many consumers believing that they were built to last.
And in terms and technology, Apple had a strong advantage in many aspects of the industry, from the development of new types of processors and chips to the design of the new Macs that were released.
Apple was also able to sell its products in the US through the iTunes Store and through Apple-branded stores like BestBuy and Wal-mart.
In other words, Apple was able to offer a variety of products at a relatively low price point that could appeal to consumers.
But this didn’t necessarily mean that consumers were willing to spend a lot of money on a computer.
Many people didn’t want to spend that kind of money, especially when they could just get an iPad or an iPhone for a fraction of what Apple would charge for the same computer.
The same thing was true of the way the companies sold their own computers.
In the mid-1990s, it was clear that the market was saturated and the best way to get in was to get into a PC business.
Apple and the rest of the tech industry knew that they could only sell so many computers at a time and they needed to make sure that they had a good enough selection to compete with the PC makers.
The following years saw a lot more consolidation in the PC industry.
In 1996, Microsoft was acquired by Hewlett-Packard for $3.2 billion and it began to sell off some of its computer business.
At the same time, Microsoft’s competitors started to launch new products at an astonishing pace.
Apple became the new king of the desktop.
And Microsoft had to work even harder to get people to buy their products.
In 1996, Apple started to aggressively try to become the leading PC maker in the world.
Its products were consistently good enough to drive Apple’s dominance in the market.
But that wasn’t enough.
It also needed to convince the other major PC makers to make their own products at some point.
Microsoft had to take a step back and admit that it didn’t have enough of the technology to compete on a mass scale with the best PC makers, but it was determined to remain a PC maker.
In 1997, Microsoft launched Windows 95.
Windows 95 was a huge success, selling more than 200 million PCs in its first year.
But Microsoft had another problem: It had a huge backlog of PC hardware that needed to be shipped.
Microsoft needed to build more of those computers so that it could offer customers a better product at a lower price.
Microsoft began selling Windows 95 PCs to smaller companies and retailers, but most people weren’t going to buy a PC for less than $500.
Microsoft needed to get more people to invest in computers, but at the same it needed to attract more people from the tech world.
Microsoft made a few changes to its business to try and boost its market share.
In 1999, Microsoft introduced the new Windows Vista operating system, which was supposed to offer better software performance.
The new operating system also offered new features like multitasking, which would allow users to run multiple applications simultaneously.
Microsoft also introduced the Start menu in 2000.
It was the first time Microsoft offered users a menu with multiple options that could be used to navigate to the software they wanted to install.
Microsoft had hoped that Start menus would be a