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Foundation of IT

  1. 1. SU M MARY S L I D E • This presentation is basically planned for the students of all the levels keeping in mind a need to develop their interest in COMPUTERS and Information Technology field. • The content of this presentation shows the evolution of computer from the past and its journey towards the future. • The presentation consists of hyperlinks. So automatic slide transition is avoided. • Moreover in the quiz, a single click will show question and on clicking second time will display the correct answer. • The use of action buttons is made to navigate between the slides during slideshow.
  2. 2. TECHNOLOGY – A MUST
  3. 3. COMPUTER HISTORY GENERATIONSAPPLICATIONS FUTURE COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE
  4. 4. COMPUTER !!!!!!! WHAT IS IT??????
  5. 5. So the definition changes!!! The technological advancements happening in the society are based on a most important invention of older times…. Yes, a COMPUTER. A Computer is an electronic device used for storing & retrieving data and for calculation purposes such as all sort of arithmetical and logical operations.
  6. 6. PARTS OF COMPUTER PARTS OF COMPUTER Main Menu
  7. 7. HISTORY OF COMPUTERS
  8. 8. Abacus Pascaline Leibnitz Machine Arithometer Punched Card Analytical Engine Differential Engine HISTORY OF COMPUTERS Main Menu
  9. 9. Microsoft Windows Microsoft Windows is a series of software operating systems and graphical user interfaces produced by Microsoft. As of October 2009, Windows had approximately 91% of the market share of the client operating systems for usage on the Internet The most recent client version of Windows is Windows 8; the most recent server version is Windows Server 2008 R2; the most recent mobile device version is Windows Mobile 6.5.
  10. 10. Windows 1.0
  11. 11. Windows 2.0  Windows 2.0 was released in October 1987.  Windows 2.0 allowed application windows to overlap each other and also introduced more sophisticated keyboard- shortcuts. It could also make use of expanded memory
  12. 12. Windows 2.1x  Windows 2.10 was released in May 1988  Windows 2.10 was released in two different flavors: Windows/386 and Windows/286  Windows 2.11 was released in March 1989
  13. 13. Windows 3.0  Windows 3.0 was released in May 1990  Windows 3.0 improved the design because of virtual memory and loadable virtual device drivers which allowed to share arbitrary devices between multitasked DOS windows.
  14. 14. Windows 3.1x  Windows 3.1x was released in March 1992  With the introduction of Windows 3.11, Windows was able to bypass DOS for file management operations using 32-bit file access.
  15. 15. Windows 95  Windows 95 was released in August 1995  Windows 95 was a new, and major, consumer version that made further changes to the user interface, and also used preemptive multitasking.  Windows 95 was designed to replace not only Windows 3.1, but also Windows for Workgroups, and MS-DOS. It was also the first Windows operating system to use Plug and Play capabilities.  The Screenshot ofWindows 95 looked like,
  16. 16. Windows 98  Windows 98 was released in June 1998  Windows 98 was substantially criticized for its slowness and for its unreliability compared with Windows 95, but many of its basic problems were later rectified with the release of Windows 98 Second Edition in May 1999  The Screenshot ofWindows 98 looked like,
  17. 17. Windows 2000  Windows 2000 was released in February 2000 which updated the core fromWindows 98
  18. 18. Windows ME  Windows ME (Millennium Edition) was released in September 2000  Windows ME updated the core fromWindows 98 but adopted some aspects ofWindows 2000 and removed the "boot in DOS mode" option  It also added a new feature called System Restore, allowing the user to set the computer's settings back to an earlier date.  The Screenshot ofWindows ME looked like,
  19. 19. Windows XP  Windows XP was released in October 2001  Windows XP was a version built on the Windows NT kernel that also retained the consumer- oriented usability of Windows 95 and its successors. This new version was widely praised in computer magazines. It shipped in two distinct editions, "Home" and "Professional“.  Windows XP Professional was released in April 2005  The Screenshot ofWindows XP looks like,
  20. 20. Windows Vista  Windows Vista for volume licensing was released in November 2006, while for retails it was released in January 2007  It contains a number of new features, from a redesigned shell and user interface to significant technical changes, with a particular focus on security features.  It is available in a number of different editions, and has been subject to some criticism.  The Screenshot ofWindowsVista looks like,
  21. 21. Windows 7  Windows 7 was released in October 2009  Windows 7 is the latest version of Operating System. Mostly all the new computers comes withWindows 7.  The Screenshot of 7 looks like,
  22. 22. Windows 8 • Windows 8 is an operating system for use on personal computers, laptops, tablets, and home theater PCs. • Its existence was first announced in January 2011 at Consumer Electronics Show. • Windows 8 is scheduled for general availability on October 26, 2012. • Windows 8 introduces significant changes to the operating system's graphical user interface and platform, such as a new interface design incorporating a new design language used by other Microsoft products.
  23. 23. Main Menu
  24. 24. MEDICAL BUSINESS BANKING EDUCATION
  25. 25.  Microsoft Office is an office suite of interrelated desktop applications, servers and services for the Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X operating systems, was introduced by Microsoft in 1989.  Office contained Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft PowerPoint.  Additionally, a "Pro" (Professional) version of Office included Microsoft Access and Schedule Plus.
  26. 26. Main Menu
  27. 27. More environment-friendly : Solar notebook?
  28. 28. Are they pens with cameras?
  29. 29. Any wild guesses? No clue yet?
  30. 30. FUTURE MOBILES
  31. 31. WATCH-CUM-MOBILE
  32. 32. EXPERIENCE THE DIFFERENCE
  33. 33. UNBELIEVABLE DESIGNS
  34. 34. WEARABLE MOBILES
  35. 35. THE MOST COSTLY PHONE EVER
  36. 36. Main Menu
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  39. 39. A: THOMAS EDISON C: STEVE JOBES B: CHARLES BABBAGE D: LARRY PAGE Q.1Who invented the Computer ? 5 4 3 2 1 IQ 10000000 IQ 5000000 IQ 100000 IQ 50000 IQ 10000 CORRECT ANSWER
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  41. 41. A: OUTPUT DEVICE C: CPU B: STORAGE DEVICE D: INPUT DEVICE Q.2Which device is used to enter information in the computer ? 5 4 3 2 1 IQ 10000000 IQ 5000000 IQ 100000 IQ 50000 IQ 10000 CORRECT ANSWER
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  43. 43. A: Hewlett Packard C: Hewlett Packyard B: Hewlett pack D: Hewelet Packer Q. 3 Identify the logo 5 4 3 2 1 IQ 10000000 IQ 5000000 IQ 100000 IQ 50000 IQ 10000 CORRECT ANSWER
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  45. 45. A: STEVE JOBS C: JOHN MATHEWS B: STEVART D: SERGEY BRIN Q.4 GUESS WHO AM I ?? 5 4 3 2 1 IQ 10000000 IQ 5000000 IQ 100000 IQ 50000 IQ 10000 CORRECT ANSWER
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  47. 47. A: PRATIK MISTRY C: PRANAV MISTRY B: BILL GATES D: LARRY PAGE Q. 5 Who invented the sixth sense technology? 5 4 3 2 1 IQ 10000000 IQ 5000000 IQ 100000 IQ 50000 IQ 10000 CORRECT ANSWER Main Menu

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