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  • Computer History

    Am a US based web designer... I would like to learn more about web design/graphic design Servies and anything related.... Here i am sharing with you, some of the web-related details.

    Computer is an electronic device capable of solving the problems by accepting data, performing prescribed operations on the data at very high speed and supplying the result of these operations.

    In 1833 Charles Babbage (Father of modern computer science) proposed the “Analytical engine” which became the first completely automatic general-purpose digital computer. In 1944 – ENIAC (fully digital computer) by UNIV of Pennisylvania developed by Eckert and Mauchly – first electronic device – used 19000 vacuum tubes and 1500 Sq ft. In 1951 – UNIVAC 1 – Universal automatic computer – by the same people its remembered even today as to have predicted correctly, the election of President Eisenhower in 1952.

    Development of computers: From 1946 onwards computers can be divided into five generations, according to the Professional Website Design technologies used. First generation: 1946–1959: vacuum tubes: Speed 1000 Ns [1 nanosec=10 –9 sec]. Second generation: 1959 – 1965: transistors: 30 Ns. Third generation: 1965 – 1970: IC: 5 Ns. Forth generation: 1970 – 1985: Microprocessor: 1 Ns. Fifth generation: 1985 – to date: Super computers: VLSI (very large scale integrated circuits): 0.3 Ns


    If you are an expert in this web design fields... and like to share the work details, please get me back soon.... Thank You

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    "Am a US based web designer...Here i am sharing with you"

    You sure your based in the U.S? If so, was this the French Quarter in New Oreleans and French was your first language? Or do you happen to be a spammer?

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      solid objects

      ha, funny comment above. Anyway, I don't know much about computer history but I know that retaining certain objects in your computer's memory often goes completely unnoticed by the user, but should be scanned for regularly.

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