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PostSubject: 1.2 Computers for individual users    Wed Sep 11, 2013 12:15 pm

1.2 Computers for individual users
 

Most computers are meant to be used by only one person at a time. Such computers are often shared by several people (such as those in your school’s computer lab, homes), but only one user can work with the machine at any given moment.
Think of other great inventions and discoveries, such as electricity, the telephone or the airplane. Each, in its own way, brought significant[url=#_ftn1][1][/url] changes to the world, and to the ways people lived and spent their time. Today, still relatively soon after its creation, the computer is only beginning to make its mark on society.



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