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Computers in some form are in almost everything these days From Toasters to Televisions just about all-electronic things have some form of processor in them This is a very large change from the way it used to be when a computer that would take up an entire room and weighed tons of pounds has the same amount of power as a scientific calculator The changes that computers have undergone in the last 40 years have been colossal So many things have changed from the ENIAC that had very little power and broke down once every 15 minutes and took another 15 minutes to repair to our Pentium Pro 200s and the powerful Silicon Graphics Workstations the core of the machine has stayed basically the same The only thing that has really changed in the processor is the speed that it translates commands from 1s and 0s to data that actually means something to a normal computer user Just in the last few years computers have undergone major changes PC users came from using MS-DOS and Windows 31 to Windows 95 a whole new operating system Computer speeds have taken a huge increase as well in 1995 when a normal computer was a 486 computer running at 33 MHz to 1997 where a blazing fast Pentium AKA 586 running at 200 MHz plus The next generation of processors is slated to come out this year as well being the next CPU from Intel code named Merced running at 233 MHz and up Another major innovation has been the Internet This is a massive change to not only the computer world but to the entire world as well The Internet has many different facets ranging from newsgroups where you can choose almost any topic to discuss with a range of many other people from university professors to professionals of the field of your choice to the average person to IRC where you can chat in real time
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