Hard Disk Drive

The First Hard Disk Drive – “Pioneering Data Storage Innovation” The first Hard Disk Drive, invented in 1956, was the size of a refrigerator. It weighed over a ton and stored just 5 megabytes of data. First Hard Disk Drive revolutionized data storage, replacing punch cards. It was created by IBM engineers. The First Hard […]

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Creeper – First Virus: Pioneering Computer Malware Creeper, the first computer virus, emerged in the early 1970s. Creeper’s creation is attributed to Bob Thomas, an engineer. Creeper didn’t aim to steal data or cause harm like modern viruses. Instead, it was more of an experimental program. It infected DEC PDP-10 computers running the TENEX operating

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ENIAC: Pioneering Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer The Birth of ENIAC ENIAC was born during the tumultuous era of World War II. Developed at the University of Pennsylvania’s Moore School of Electrical Engineering, it was commissioned by the U.S. Army to calculate artillery firing tables – a task that previously consumed countless hours of manual

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Wooden Mouse

The world’s first computer mouse, created by Douglas Engelbart in 1964, was made of wood. Engelbart’s wooden mouse had two wheels to track movement and a single button. This prototype was a key component of the groundbreaking “Mother of All Demos” in 1968, where it was used to demonstrate early graphical user interface and hypertext

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