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History of Computers

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From the dawn of time, human beings have always tried to find new ways to solve problems, be more productive, work with numbers faster, and have better ways of storing information. From the early human counting systems to the abacus, the slide-rule, and then later calculators, the persistent creation of ever more complex tools with the aim to allow human beings to expand the power of their minds has never stopped.

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