Table of Contents
- 1 The history of PC hardware, in pictures
- 1.1 Cracking YouTube Users can now pin comments, add moderators, blacklist words
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- 1.3 How to Unlock Your Spectranet and InterC Huawei E5573s-606 & E5573s-320 4G MiFi Router
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- 1.8 Why You Need A Secure Connection/Why You need VPN
- 1.9 How To Unlock Any Nokia Phone Without An Unlock Code
The history of PC hardware, in pictures
Today we take a quick look into Old PAST Computer emergence. In most cases we have been using the Computers not even interested in Knowing how we got to where we are today, However, This are top Images and Pictures Illkustrating things that happened Back those Hundred of years, as man progressed from the Ancient to the Global Age.
THE FIRST COMPUTER MOUSE
Above: The first mouse. To the right you can see the wheels it used for movement and positioning.
THE FIRST TRACKBALL
Above: The first trackball, bowling ball and all.
THE FIRST PORTABLE COMPUTER
Above: The IBM 5100 Portable Computer.
THE FIRST LAPTOP COMPUTER
Above left: Closeup of the Grid Compass 1100. Above right: NASA astronaut posing with the GRiD in space (that’s Spock on the screen.)
THE FIRST IBM PC
Above: The first IBM Personal Computer, the IBM 5150.
THE FIRST APPLE COMPUTER
Above left: An Apple I computer. Above right: This was the Apple I, essentially a motherboard.
THE FIRST RAM
Above left: Closeup of core memory. Above right: The core memory plane in the picture is 16×16 cm (6.3×6.3 inches), holding 128×128 bits (2048 byte).
THE FIRST HARD DISK DRIVE
Above: The first hard disk drive, IBM Model 350.
THE FIRST LASER PRINTER
Above: The IBM 3800, the first commercial laser printer.
THE FIRST WEB SERVER
Above: The web server that powered the first web pages on the WWW. Note the sticker with the warning to not turn it off.