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A couple of days ago I have browsed two interesting web sites:

One was about the history of computers during the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. It reminded me some of those good, old days :)

And the other one was about the Commodore Era.

Commodore 64 has a very special place in my history too, so I just couldn't let it go :) Check it out whether you're a fan of Commodore or not. It's at least informative.

World's first stored-program electronic digital computer (The Manchester Small Scale Experimental Machine - The Baby).

World's first portable computer - Osborne 1, which was introduced in June 1981 was a 24-pound luggable machine that came with a large library of essential software, including a word processor, spreadsheet, database and programming languages.

History of the Internet: From 1960s to 1990s.

Overview of the major Intel and AMD CPUs starting from the notorious 80x86.



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