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The transition from natural speed to high speed

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  • The transition From Natural Speed to High Speed
  • Introduction
    This project is about the wonderful technology of the computer. The computer was invented in 1943 and is still being used today. It is very useful and I’m going to tell you all about it.
  • It Helps
    The way that it helps is that you can talk to people use the keyboard for work and it can solve hard problems in the blink of an eye
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  • To long Lengths
    The computer as you know is equipped with internet. Internet is the way that people could talk with other people somewhere else in the country or even the world. The internet is also the fastest way to know all sorts of things that you never knew before.
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  • Known all Around
    The computer is actually used all around the world. The most technological advances of the computer are made in china. China actually has a lot more technological advances than any other country in the world.
  • Bits and Pieces
    Computers can come in two different styles. One Is the many piece computer or the desktop. These are made up of many different pieces. The other one is a laptop which is only two pieces the cord and the computer.
  • Conclusion
    In conclusion many things have come from computers. From the wall to something as thin as paper the computer is amazing.