Computer History Project

  • Z1 Computer

    Z1 Computer
    linkFirst freely programmable computer. Creator was Konrad Zuse.
  • ENIAC Invented

    ENIAC Invented
    linkThe Electronic Numerical Intergreted And Computer was invented by the University of Pennsylvania.
  • UNIVAC Computer

    UNIVAC Computer
    linkFirst commercial computer & able to pick presidential winners.The founders were John Presper Eckert & John W. Mauchly
  • Computer Mouse & Windows

    Computer Mouse & Windows
    linkThe mouse was nicknamed the mouse becasue it mouse with a wire at the end. The creator was Douglas Engelbart.
  • ARPAnet

    linkThe first internet. Made by BNN Technologies.
  • Intel 1103 Computer Memory

    Intel 1103 Computer Memory
    linkThe worlds first availible RAM chip. The chip was created by Intel and publicly released.
  • MicrosoftMS-DOS Computer Operating System

    MicrosoftMS-DOS Computer Operating System
    linkThe MS-DOS operating system was created by microsoft. A personal computer in abox with new operating system.
  • IBMThe IBM PC - Home Computer

    IBMThe IBM PC - Home Computer
    linkCreated by IBM. Starting pricetag started at $1,565, which would be nearly $4,000 today.
  • Microsoft Windows

    Microsoft Windows
    linkmicrosoft started a small war with apple. It annonced the next generation of operating systems
  • Software & Languages (Linux)

    Software & Languages (Linux)
    linkDesigned by Finnish university student Linus Torvalds. Linux, such as adding support for peripherals and improving its stability
  • Pentium microprocessor

     Pentium microprocessor
    linkThe Pentium was the fifth generation of the ‘x86’ line of microprocessors from Intel. The Pentium introduced several advances that made programs run faster such as the ability to execute several instructions at the same time and support for graphics and music.
  • Netscape Communications Corporation

    Netscape Communications Corporation
    linkNetscape was originally founded as Mosaic Communications Corporation. Netscape hired many of Silicon Valley’s programmers to provide new features and products and began the Internet boom of the 1990s.
  • Ipod Classic

    Ipod Classic
    linkAll generations use a 1.8-inch (46 mm) hard drive for storage. The "classic" suffix was initially introduced when a freelance writer analyzing eBay's used/broken iPod marketplace categorized iPods into different types.
  • Barnes & Noble Nook

    Barnes & Noble Nook
    linkelectronic-book reader developed by American book retailer Barnes & Noble. The original Nook includes both Wi-Fi and AT&T 3G wireless connectivity, a six-inch E Ink display, and a separate, smaller color touchscreen that serves as the primary input device. Intoduced a new way of reading.
  • Ipad

    linkThe iPad runs on iOS, the same operating system used on Apple's iPod Touch and iPhone, and can run its own applications as well as iPhone applications. audio-visual media including books, periodicals, movies, music, games, apps and web content