How big was the first computer invented?

Answer The first completely functioning computer was the Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer, or ENIAC. It weighed over 30 tons and was the size of two semi-trucks. It had 19,000 vacuum tubes, 6,... Read More »

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What did we do before the computer was invented?

there was more use of paper thats for sure .. actually i think the pc has mostly just become the new center of entertainment for the home .. life goes on albiet more simplistic to purchase things a... Read More »

Who invented the computer first?

According to, the invention of the computer, like any great invention, is the result of a few minds. The original idea is credited to Charles Babbage. The first actual computer is said t... Read More »

When was computer RAM invented?

Robert Dennard, a staff engineer in the research division of IBM, created one-transistor dynamic random access memory (DRAM) in 1966. DRAM later came to be known as RAM. Dennard continues to work i... Read More »

Who invented the very first computer?

I thought that it was accredited to Charles Babbage.Edit; I just found this name, KONRAD ZUSE (1910-1995)