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    Computers The Computer that you know these days is a small thing that sits on a desk in your room that is composed of a monitor, keyboard, mouse and a small box. But computers have changed so much that if you seen old computer you would never recognize it. The first computer was built in the early 17 hundreds. You probably heard that the first computer was made in the 1950’s but computers have been around for hundreds of years. All a computer is is something that calculates number. So these computers

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    This paper is about the computer. Today computers are used by hundreds of millions of people. There have been many advances in the computer. The computer used to weigh 30 tons and filled warehouse size rooms, but today can be as light as 3 pounds and fit in a persons pocket.There were basically three times the computer was mentioned. One as a mechanical computing device, in about 500 BC The other as a concept in 1833, and the third as the modern day computer in 1946. The first mechanical calculator

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    The Computer

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    The Computer Even though J. David Bolter wrote Turing’s Man: Western Culture in the Computer Age in 1984, at least a century ago in computer years, his observations and concerns about the electronic age are in no way obsolete. Bolter examines from a historical perspective how the computer will reshape our understanding of the human mind and our relationship with nature. By comparing the computer with defining technologies of previous ages, Bolter anticipates the many qualities and values

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    The Computer

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    object but he did see the space where it had landed. Where did it go? Tim thought about this all day, but he had no logical answer. Just as he was about to go to sleep he saw the glowing object again, but this time when he opened the door he found a “computer” and took it back ...

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    A History of Computers by: Paul Little The idea of a machine that would make man’s calculations easier, faster, and more accurate is no new notion. The Abacus, Napier’s rods, the Calculating Clock, and the Stepped Reckoner are a few examples of early computer ideas In the more recent history of the computer, we can see how computers have morphed changed from clunky, million-dollar machines into the compact and convenient devices which can held on the tip of

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    ARE COMPUTERS OUR FRIENDS OR ENEMY? People started to use computers very short time ago. When the first computer was made it was too large that occupy a whole room and it had very limited ability to do things like modern computers do. From that time to now computers changed rapidly, it becomes very small and it has lots of qualities that make lots of work for people. When technology improved, computers also improved so people can use them more frequently in many fields to make their life easier

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    Computers The real danger is not that computers will begin to think like men, but that men will begin to think like computers. This quote, relayed by Sydney G. Harris, has many meanings to it. The basic meaning that Harris is trying to convey is that one should “open up his/her minds” and realize what is really occurring, not what is being covered up. These days, the tendency is generally for one to think about how one day, computers might be able to think like humans, and the problems that that

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    Computers Nothing attracts a crowd like a crowd. Today, with home computers and modems becoming faster and cheaper, the home front is on the break of a new frontier of on line information and data processing. The Internet, the ARPANET (Advanced Research Programs Agency Network) spinoff is a channel of uninterrupted information interchange. It allows people to connect to large computer databases that can store valuable information on goods and services. The Internet is quickly becoming a tool for

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    What are PC errors? There are different types of errors of computer. It has been seen that when any of the issues come up in the computer, it becomes very slow and start giving me different types of errors. The errors related to PC is very problematic and if not those are handled on time, can bring you various fatal disorders. In my computer too, I had to face different types of errors. I have been using a Lenovo laptop and in my computer I have faced various file not found and application not opening

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    The word "computer" was first recorded as being used in 1613 and was originally used to describe a human who performed calculations or computations. The definition of a computer remained the same which is an electronic device for storing and processing data, typically in binary form, according to instructions given to it in a variable program. Until the end of the 19th century when people began to realize machines never get tired and can perform calculations much faster and more accurately than

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