Classification Of Computer

Classification of computer, a computer is an electronic device that accepts stores and processes data into information that the user can understand. Computer is a general name consisting of very many devices like desktops, notepads, calculators and many others. Generally computers are classified according to: •Size •Age •Purpose •Processing •Number…

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Fifth Generation Of Computer

The fifth generation of computers was invented in 1980 till today. The fifth generation of computers was invented by James Maddox who created a parallel computing system. They use the Ultra Large Scale Integration (ULSI) technologies which lead to the production of microprocessor chips. They have ten million electronic components.…

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Fourth Generation Of Computer

The fourth generation of computers was introduced in 1971. They used the very large scale integrated (VLSI) circuits, which developed from small integrated circuits. Very large scale integration is a process where a thousand transistors are combined into a chip to create an integrated circuit. They were invented in 1970…

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Third Generation Of Computer

The third generation of computers was in the years 1965-1971 and they used the (ICs) Integrated circuits as the main internal component instead of transistors that were used in the second generation of computers. The integrated circuits were invented by Jack Kilby of Texas Instruments and Robert Noyce of Fairchild…

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Full Form Of Computer

Computer Full Form Is Frequently Operated Machine Used in Technical and Educational Research. C= Common O= Oriented M= Machine P= Particularly U= United and used under T= Technical and E= Educational R= Research Computer Hardware   ATA: Advanced Technology Attachment AMD: Advanced Micro Devices ATX: Advanced Technology Extended CD ROM:…

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First Generation Of Computer

The first computer generation refers to the first generation of computers that make up the first computer generations that have been trans versed to reach where we are today at the present. The various computers that made up the first computer generation were interesting both in their architecture and working…

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