How much memory did the first IBM PC have?

Answer The first IBM personal computer was called the 5150. This computer was one of the first personal computers and had 16 kb of memory. The 5150 did not have a floppy drive; it used cassettes to store ... Read More »

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How much memory did the first computer have?

The Zuse Z3 is the world's first automatic digital computer. It could store a maximum of 64 words in its memory, with each word made up of 22 bits.Source:Konrad ZuseThe Life and Work of Konrad Zuse

How much memory did the first iPod have?

How do you increase your memory(RAM) when it is low. I have added as much memory as my computer will take?

The only way to increase the speed would be to get someone to install a bigger RAM in the CPU. As in, the RAM you have now will be of a certain size (512 MB maybe) If you replace it (or sometimes y... Read More »

How much memory can a PSP have?

The maximum memory a PSP can have is 32 gigabytes (GB). The memory comes in the form of a memory stick. Memory sticks for the PSP also come with 4 GB, 8 GB and 16 GB of memory space.References:Sony... Read More »