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Where It All Begins ...
The computer that is residing on your desk right now has gone through so many changes since 1975 after IBM introduced its first "personal computer". In the beginning there are 2 groups of computer users, the Apple PC which is more for home use with lots of gaming programs and the IBM PC which is more for business purposes.
Ultimately, from 1981, IBM PC became a household brand because of their collaboration with Microsoft to produced a universal operating system known as PC-DOS, which sets the standard for the microcomputer industry. Since then, IBM has sold million of PCs and evolved into a complete family of computers and peripherals. It is also at this time when more software were written for this family of computers as compared to the other different system on the market. E.g. CP/M Operating system
Today's computer has became much more powerful than before and they are smaller and lighter too. The software that we uses has also went through much changes and what we does today seems like science-fiction to those people from that era.
As the hardware and software becomes more sophiscated, it requires more memory and storage space just to keep up with its functionality. The Computer today can do much more work than the giant mainframe of the early days. Technologies is still improving at an exorbitant rate despite the fact that the Software and Hardware today is getting cheaper and cheaper day by day.
you are worried about your hardware or software because you do not know
anything about it, have no fear because all these informations can be
easily obtain from the Internet. It's like the world libraries is at
your fingertip. However, too much informations from different "gurus"
can be really overwhelming in the beginning for you. I hope to make it
easy for you to learn, as much as possible, here.
The topics that will be covered in this website will be as follows:
Informations that most new Computer
User want to know
As my command of English is not good by standard, the content here will be presented as simple as possible. Simplicity makes learning easier too. The content will not dwell too much on the technical terms or logic of any subject mentioned so that you can comprehend the message within. For more technical details, you can always find them in well-written books all over the web or bookstores. E.g. Upgrading and Repairing PCs by Scott Mueller ( QUE - 20th Edition )
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