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    Computers6 Computers6 Presentation Transcript

    • The history and the Future By Michael Hibbert Computers
      • The History of Computers
      • The Future of Computers
      • Biography
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      • The modern day computer was the result of advances in technologies and man's need to quantify . The abacus was one of the first counting machines ever made. Papyrus helped early man to record language and numbers. Some of the parts were made of wood which would wear down faster than the metal of now days
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      The History of Computers
      • The basic idea of computing develops in the 1200's when a Moslem cleric proposes solving problems with a series of written procedures. As early as the 1640's mechanical calculators are manufactured for sale. As early as the 1640's mechanical calculators are manufactured for sale.
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      • The Enigma, a complex mechanical encoder is used by the Germans and they believe it to be unbreakable. Intel processors started their legacy in 1975, by powering the first commercial personal computer, the MITS Altair, with an Intel 8800 processor. Microsoft founders Bill Gates and Paul Allen would go on to develop Altair BASIC, its first programming language.
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      • Interestingly enough, in the same year, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) — also formed by a group of Fairchild defectors — reverse engineered the Intel 8800 processor and started the long running Intel-AMD rivalry.
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    • The Inigma
      • The ever-growing processing power of modern computers is used to present the user with an interface that requires minimal computer skills to operate. Modern software often utilizes buttons.
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      • Most of the time people use computers, they do not realize that they are doing so. (Examples: ATM,Phones,Cars,TV,Microwave,Car Navigation Systems...)
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      • Nanotechnology is another important part of the future of computers, expected to have a profound impact on people around the globe. Nanotechnology is the process whereby matter is manipulated at the atomic level, providing the ability to “build” objects from their most basic parts.
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