In 1975, a young Harvard dropout formed a software company that would eventually change the world. He believed that computers were a tool that belonged in the hands of everyone, not only research facilities, corporations, and universities. He wanted to make easy to use software for personal computer use, something that was practically unheard of at the time. After the creation of an operating system for PC, and with the release of Windows in 1985, Gates solidified himself as a major global leader in the digital revolution
Bill Gates is the ultimate role model, capable of inspiring millions of people through the power of his ideas and his personal dedication to his product and vision. But more than that, Gates is not a “one trick pony”, making his billions and stamping his name on the history books, only to disappear into the luxurious life of the global elite. He has pushed past his first revolutionary vision, leaving it in capable hands, and has sought to change the world in another, even more important way.