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Today most jobs use computers Employees are probably going to use one on the job A lot of people are being refused jobs because they dont have enoughIf any Computer related experience We are moving into the technology age whrere most everything is going to be run by computers Is this good That doesnt matter because people are trying to find the fastest way to get things done and computers are the answer One of my relatives is having trouble finding a job in a new city he just moved to I feel sorry for him because he was not introduced to computers when he began his career If only he was born near the technology age he might of been more succceptable to computers and would therefore have more experience with them thus having more of a chance of getting a high paying job However computers are getting easier to operate as we speak William Gates said that microsofts key role of Windows 95 was to make the operating system easier for the average person to operate My grandma is a key example she was born way before there was any PCs or networked offices She remembers the big punchcard monsters that she would have to insert cards into to give it instructions But my point is that she was not exposed to a computer as everyday life Now she is really behind so to speak in the computing world Computers back then were huge they were usually stored in wharehouses The earlier ones used paper with holes in them to give it instructions Later the pre-PCs used tape cartridges to store data on Then came along in 1979 the first real personal computer Apple came out on the market with the Apple PC Two years later IBM came out with their version of the personal computer When IBM came out with their computer they were now in the PC market Apples biggest mistake
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