Tag "PCQ 35"

35 Years of Data Storage: A Peek into the Evolution

by January 19, 2022

The oldest known form of data storage is dated back to 1725 – the punch card, created by Basile Bouchon. The paper punch card was used to store patterns rather than …

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35 Years of RAM: Evolution of Memory

by January 6, 2022

RAM is often an area that offers significant performance improvements and provides the working memory of your system. The more RAM you have, the more data that can be stored …

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35 Years of GPU: The History of the Modern Graphics Processor

by December 7, 2021

In the year 1970, the term GPU was originally stood for graphics processor unit and described a programmable processing unit independently responsible for graphics manipulation and output. Since then, there …

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35 Years of Computing: A Brief Timeline

by September 28, 2021

The first modern electronic digital computer was called the Atanasoff–Berry Computer, or ABC. It was built by physics Professor John Vincent Atanasoff and his graduate student, Clifford Berry, in 1942. …

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CPU: 35 Years of Evolution

by September 22, 2021

The architectures of CPUs have changed over time. Year-on-year development enhances the computing, graphics, multitasking and overclocking capabilities. In the past 35 years, many things have changed including the evolution …

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35 Years of PCQuest

by July 4, 2021

While the pilot of PC World India came in January, the first official edition was launched in July 1987. We subsequently became PCQuest and this July we have officially entered …

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