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Microsoft’s Digital Encyclopedia
Microsoft Encarta was an advanced interactive media reference book distributed by Microsoft Corporation from 1993 to 2009. Initially sold on CD-ROM or DVD, it was likewise later accessible on the World Wide Web by means of a yearly membership – albeit later numerous articles could likewise be seen free online with promotions.
Microsoft’s advanced reference book. Propelled in 1993 on CD-ROM, Encarta was at first dependent on the Funk and Wagnalls Encyclopedia and later increased with the incorporation of Collier’s and New Merit Scholar’s Encyclopedias. With roughly 60,000 articles, contrasted with Wikipedia’s about three million, Encarta was ended in 2009.
Microsoft distributed comparable reference books under the Encarta trademark in different dialects, including German, French, Spanish, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese and Japanese. Confined adaptations contained substance authorized from national sources and pretty much substance than the full English form. For instance, the Dutch form had content from the Dutch Winkler Prins reference book.