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When Did the First Computer Come Out?

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The Abacus, around 1000 B.C. Of course, if you mean personal computer, it started with the IBM mainframes in the 1950s, and branched off for a while, finally creating the first personal computer, the DATAPOINT 2200, in 1970, and the MITS Altair 8800, in 1975, then the Apple ][ in 1977, finally with the invention of the IBM 5150 in 1981, the first modern PC.
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ABC was the first computer to be developed by Professor John Vincen. ENIAC is believed to be the first electronic digital computer in late 1930s.
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