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Computer Generations. May D. Panaligan. before…. Ancient people use stones and sticks to calculate numbers. Abacus. The abacus , also called a counting frame, is a calculating tool. First Generation. 1946 with ENIAC , the first \'computer\' to use electronic valves called vacuum tubes

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before
before…

Ancient people use stones and sticks to calculate numbers

abacus
Abacus

The abacus, also called a counting frame, is a calculating tool

first generation
First Generation
  • 1946 with ENIAC, the first \'computer\' to use electronic valves called vacuum tubes
  • 1949 with the introduction of EDSAC, the first stored program computer
second generation 1956 1963
Second Generation (1956-1963)
  • invention of Transistors
  • the instructions(program) could be stored inside the computer\'s memory
third generation
Third Generation
  • IntergreatedCircuit(IC) was invented in 1958
  • Jack Kilby
fourth generation 1971 present
Fourth Generation(1971-Present)
  • modern day computers
  • The size started to go down with the improvement in the integrated circuits
fifth generation present and beyond
Fifth Generation (Present and Beyond)
  • only in the minds of advance research scientists and being tested out in the laboratories
  • computers will be more powerful than those under central processing
  • future looks bright for the computers
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