Computer Generations How many generations of computer? What are these.

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Slide 2 Computer Generations How many generations of computer? What are these Slide 3 First Generation 1946-1959. Vacuum tube based Harvard Mark I - The first modern digital computer (1942) Slide 4 Second Generation 1954-1965. Using transistor The SAGE Computer Network (about 1954) Slide 5 Third Generation 1965-1971. use of Integrated Circuits (IC's) Slide 6 Apollo Guidance Computer (1968) Slide 7 Forth Generation 1971-1980. Very Large use of Integrated Circuits (IC's) Slide 8 Apple I (1976) Slide 9 Fifth Generation 1980-till date. Ultra Large Scale Integration Slide 10 The Apple Macintosh (1984) Slide 11 Dynacam - the first digital camera (1990) The first consumer digital camera. Saved a 320 x 240 pixel image, interfaced to an Apple Macintosh Slide 12 Computer Hardware Slide 13 Central Processing Unit (CPU) Brain of Computer IT Process all input data and provides output to hardware CPU speed measured in Gigahertz (GHz) 1 Gigahertz (GHz) = 1000,000,000 cycles per second More higher CPU speed is more higher performance Slide 14 Computer Hardware Motherboard Slide 15 RAM (Random Access Memory) Slide 16 Computer Hardware Hard Disk Drive (HDD) Slide 17 Operating System (OS) Slide 18 History of Windows OS 19751981: Microsoft boots up-History of Windows OS Slide 19 What is the First Window of Microsoft? Slide 20 1985: Introducing Windows 1.0 Slide 21 1990-Windows 31990-Windows 3 Slide 22 1995: Windows 95the PC comes of age (and don't forget the Internet) Slide 23 1998: Windows 98 Slide 24 1999: Windows Me Slide 25 2000: Windows 2000 Professional Slide 26 20012005: Windows XPStable, usable, and fast Slide 27 20062008: Windows VistaSmart on security Slide 28 2009: Windows 7 introduces Windows Touch Slide 29 2012: Windows 8 features apps and tiles Slide 30 2013: Windows 8.1 expands the Windows 8 vision Slide 31 Bit0 or 1 the Smallest Unit 8 Bits1 Byte 1 Kilobyte (K.B)1024 Bytes 1024 Kilobyte (K.B)1 Megabyte 1024 Mega Byte1 Gigabyte 1024 Gigabyte1 Terabyte 1024 Terabyte1 Exabyte Computer Memory Measurement Slide 32 Slide 33 Yahoo Old Days Slide 34 Slide 35 Slide 36 Slide 37 Slide 38 Slide 39 Slide 40 Slide 41 Slide 42 Slide 43 Whats Next? Slide 44 Flexible Mobiles Slide 45 Transparent Slide 46 Google Glasses Slide 47 Google Facebook Drone Slide 48