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By: Isaac 6 th
The first computer made o The first computer was invented in o The name of it is the Z1. o The Z1 was created by Germanys Konrad Zuse in his parents living room.
The Term Debug The term debug came from Grace Murray Hoppers report of finding a actual bug in a computer and removed it.
History of the internet The internet started in 1957 when the soviet union launched the 1 st Sputnik, beating the united states into space. The internet was really made for the U.S. Army to share info. Then they decided to make it bigger and it eventually got world wide. Joseph Carl Robnett Licklider from MIT, and some other people started the internet.
Babbages Analytical Engine An important step in the history of computers. Was a design of Mechanical General purpose computer by english mathematician Charles babbage.
Tabulating machine was invinted for The machine was invinted to assist in summarizing information and, later accounting, also to help process data.
ENIAC The ENIAC is considered to be the first digital computer that was built in the early 1940s. It was used to calculate artillary firing tables for U.S. Army Balistic reserch laboratory. The ENIAC was built in the University of Pennsylvania.
Program A program is a plan or series of steps to be carried out or goals to be accomplished. Like a broadcast or television/radio are all examples of programs.
Benefit of the transistor Transistor is wanted over the vacuum tube because a transistor will not get hot but warm. The vacuum tube gets really hot. Usually lower costs than tubes, less waste heat than tubes and can operate on low voltage supplies.
1 st Micro computer Ed Roberts designed the microcomputer, the Altair 8800, which was produced by (MITS). Micro Instrumentation and Telemetry Systems.
Binary System Bytes is a basic unit of info. Bits is the basic memory of a computer. System based on the power of two, in contrast to the familiar decimal system.