1. He is not a college graduate.
Bill Gates never completed his college studies. Instead of completing his studies, he founded Microsoft with his friend Paul Allen in 1975, at the age of just 20.
Bill Gates even scored 1590 in his SAT, 10 less than the then highest score of 1600.
At that time, SAT score of 1590 was approximately equal to an IQ of 170.
2. Bill Gates was arrested.
Bill Gates, the founder of world’s biggest software company – Microsoft was arrested in New Mexico in 1977 for allegedly jumping a red light and driving without a licence.
3. The Richest Man On The Earth
If Bill Gates was a country, he would have been the 37th most richest country on this planet.He was at #1 position on the Forbes list from 1995 to 2009 – except in 2008 where he was pushed to number 3.
4. Money facts
Bill Gates earns about 250$ every second. That’s about 20 million dollars a day and 7.2 Billion dollars a year.
Its is said that if he drops a thousand dollars note, he won’t even bother to pick it up. Because in those 4 seconds in which he will pick them up, he would will probably already earn it back.
If he donates US$ 15 to everyone on this earth, he will still be left with US$ 5 Million.
5. This is how Bill Gates can get bankrupt.
If Microsoft Windows users can claim just 1 $ for every time their computers hang because of Microsoft Windows, the worlds richest man will be bankrupt in just 3 days.
6. Bill Gates v/s India’s richest man Mukesh Ambani
Mukesh Ambani, India’s richest person is ranked 40 in the Forbes list of richest person in this world. His net worth is estimated to be $18.6 billion
Big Gates is the man who has topped this list and has been at same position for 15 of the last 20 years. He has a net worth of $76 billion, 4 times the net worth of Mukesh Ambani.
7. This is how he can spend his money
It is assumed that if Bill Gates lives for another 35 years, then he will have to spend US$ 6.78 Million per day to finish all his money he has before he goes to heaven.
With the money he has, Bill Gates can pay off the entire United States debt in less than 10 years.