Born William Henry Gates III, Bill's nickname as a child was "Trey," reflective of The Third" following his moniker, as he was the fourth consecutive Gates man of the same name.
Back in his school days, Bill Gates wrote a computer program for scheduling students in classes,
Bill almost achieved his goal of being a millionaire by the age of 30. He became a millionaire at 31.
His all-time favorite business book is Business Adventures by New Yorker's John Brooks, published in 1969.
Gates earned an honorary degree from Harvard in 2007, thirty-two years after dropping out.
Bill Gates has a lifetime McDonald’s Gold Card for unlimited free food.
Bill Gates had written a letter to Steve Jobs, while he was suffering from cancer. Then, Steve Jobs kept it at his bedside.