how many windows are there? with windows vista
right ans. later
if there is a prize .
and my answer isn't there...
All the OSes in Windows :
Windows 1.0 (Win16 - DOS 2.0 GUI), also 1.01, 1.03, 1.04
Windows 2.0 (Win16 - DOS 3.0 GUI), also 2.03 - 2.11
(Win16 - subsystem) also 3.00a - First running Windows OS with practical apps.
Windows 3.1 (Win 16) First practical, somewhat stable Windows OS.
Windows for Workgroups 3.1 (Win16) first initiated.
Windows for Workgroups 3.11 (Win16) Peer networking introduced
Windows NT 3.0 (Win32 - no PCI support). Preceded by OS/2 3.0.
Windows NT 3.1
Windows NT 3.5
Windows NT 3.51
Windows 95 (Version 4.00.950) "Windows 4.0"
Windows 95A (Version 4.00.950a - Win 95 + SP1)
Windows 95 OSR 1 (Version 4.00.950a)
Windows 95B OSR 2 (Version 4.00.1111 - 4.00.950B)
Windows 95 OSR 2.1 (Version 4.03.1212 - 4.00.950B - USB supplement)
Windows 95 OSR 2.5 (Version 4.03.1214 - 4.00.950C)
Windows NT 4.0
Windows 98 (Version 4.10.1998) "Windows 4.1"
Windows 98 OSR 2 "Second Edition" (Version 4.10.2222A)
Windows 9X successor aka Windows Neptune (cancelled, replaced with WINXP)
Windows ME (Version 4.90.3000)
Windows 2000 (Win2K, formerly WinNT 5.0)
Blackcomb (Codename, Successor for WINXP..)
Windows CE 1.0 for H/PC V1 (original Handheld PC)
Windows CE 2.0 and 2.1 (Alder Enhancement Pack)
Embedded Toolkit 2.0 and 2.1 (Axe Enhancement Pack) Platform Builder for Windows CE 2.0 and 2.1.
Windows CE 2.00 for H/PC V2 (Handheld PC)
Windows CE 2.01 for P/PC V1 (Palm-size PC)
Windows CE 2.01 for A/PC V1 (Auto PC)
Windows CE 2.11 for P/PC V1.1 (Chinese Palm-size PC)
Windows CE 2.11 for H/PC V3 (Handheld PC Pro)
Windows CE 2.11 for P/PC V1.2 (Color Palm-size PC)
Windows CE 2.11 for WebPhones
Windows CE 2.12 for A/PC V2 (Auto PC)
Windows CE 3.0
Windows CE 3.0 for P/PC V2.0 (Pocket PC 2000) Palm-size PC with a new user interface.
Windows CE 4.0
Windows CE for P/PC V2.1 (Pocket PC 2002)
Windows CE 4.1
Windows CE 5.0 .NET successor
So how many was that?
42. I have a feeling I missed out one or two.
Obviously, i got some resources.
 fine. I'll edit and post the full edit and edit the number.
Windows CE ?
If no one knew this before, Windows CE is for palm-type computers. I have a Compaq Handheld computer that's from around 1996 and has Windows CE 1.0 on it, here's a photo of it that I took a few months ago.
There's quite a lot more than that, because if you were to count all of the Beta releases. I could add one more, which would be called Windows Neptune, it was supposed to be the Home version of Windows 2000. It never went over because Microsoft came out with Windows ME. It was in a Beta stage (I have a copy of the later version of the Beta for it) and there's not much different in it rathar than the User Accounts that appeared in Windows XP.
Few shots of Windows Neptune, though there's more than that which I can show if anyone was interested :
I know about CE and Neptune. They prolly slipped off my mind.
BTW, is that an XP and Neptune .
Windows for Workgroups 3.11
I think that's what it was called... had that for a few months before 95 came out... soo similiar to the Mac os...
OKAY FINE. I GIVE UP. I'll post the FULL LIST. With regards on edit to my first post.
Lol yeah, technically it is. VMWare Workstation acts as a "virtual computer" using your hard drive space (not actually putting a partition on it) but saving it as a file. It's an interesting tool to use.
ok you (n0obie4life) are right but without mobile versions.
answer is : 25
-Windows NT 3.1
-Windows For Workgroups 3.11
-Windows NT 3.5
-Windows NT 3.51
-Windows NT 4.0
-Windows XP Tablet Pc Edition
-Windows XP Media Center Edition
-Windows Server 2003
-Windows Media Center Edition 2004
-Windows XP Tablet Pc Edition 2004
-Windows Media Center Edition 2005
-Windows XP 64 Bit
. I figured out that I didn't need the tablet pc editions as they were XP with some additional dll files
IDK... it's all kinda confusing... cause 98SE was esentially a service pack... but you don't count service packs as versions.. idk..
Imagine trying to find out all of the versions/distros of linux... constantly updating.. i dont think you could.. if you tried it would easily run in the thousands.
Yup, exactly what I was thinking. Each time they have a Beta release it has a number after it, such as "2250" (for when Windows XP was in Beta stages). That number means that it's been edited that many number of times (I believe that's how it works), so yes it could easily go into the thousands.