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PostSubject: Ages of Computers (Very Important Topic)   Wed Sep 11, 2013 12:31 pm

Ages of Computer:
At the early age people used pebbles, stones, sticks, scratches, symbols and finger tips to count, which were later replaced by numbers.
The history of computing is divided into three ages during which man invented and improved different types of calculating machines. These ages are,
§  Dark age - 300 BC to 1890
§  Middle age - 1890 AD to 1944
§  Modern age - since 1944 AD
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