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While from a common perspective, the world seems to be ridden with technology and gadgets, Microsoft's founder Bill Gates believe that technology is still a luxury for a lot of people in the world.

In fact, the truth that he stated in his 40th anniversary letter to his employees has a lot of ground to it because there are countries around the globe where citizens are yet to receive basic medications and the ability to live a peaceful life with three meals a day.

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"While you are working in the largest technology corporation in the world, know that there are still people out there who don't have access to it. Think about ways to bring the convenience to everyone around the globe and how you could contribute for this cause," Gates said in his letter.

He thanked Microsoft employees for his continuous contribution to help move the company further. In his e-mail, Gates also remembered the time when they started the company and had a lavish dream to have a computer on every desk, in every home, reported the Verge. 

While it sounded like an insane idea to implement in old times, he has made it possible now. Gates wants his employees to keep thinking about the future which will be filled with robots, computers and people, all working towards the same goal. 

"I am impressed by the talent that I have seen here at Microsoft and the innovative future is coming close. I would like to thank everyone for making this company that it is today," he concluded, according to Cnet.

The letter that Microsoft employees received on its 40th anniversary was posted on Twitter by Amit Choudhary.