20 November 20, 1985 – Windows 1.0 released

Nearly two years after it was announced, Microsoft released its first graphical operating system. The OS made it easier for users to navigate on their computer screens. It came with Paint, Notepad, Calculator and a game called Reversi.

21 November 21, 1941 – Tweety Bird makes its debut

The fictional cartoon canary also just called Tweety made his first appearance in A Tale of Two Kitties, a Warner Bros cartoon. Tweety was created by animator Bob Clampett who worked on Loony Tunes.

22 November 22, 1995 – Toy Story released

Produced by Pixar, the movie which follows the adventures of human-like toys was the world’s first feature-length computer-animated movie. Considered to be one of the best animated films, it won three Oscars.

23 November 23, 1963 – Doctor Who debuts on TV

The longest running science fiction TV show first aired with an episode called An Earthly Child on BBC. The show had 11 different actors play the lead role and follows the time-travelling adventures of Doctor Who.

24 November 24, 1877 – Black Beauty is published

The classic novel about the life of a horse called Black Beauty was written by English author Anna Sewell. The book quickly gained popularity and became an important part in the animal rights movement.

25 November 25, 1973 – Military coup in Greece

President George Papadopoulos was ousted by the army, just a week after student-led protests at the Athens Polytechnic were violently put down by the government.

26 November 26, 1942 – Casablanca premiers

The classic movie starring Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart won three Oscars. The film, which is set during the Second World War, follows the life of Rick Blaine, a former freedom fighter and a club owner in Casablanca.