The workplace is an important place for a computer as well.
Computers can solve problems and do mathematical things so a person doesn’t have to.
Different companies have certain programs that fit for that one company.
For a banking company, they may use a program that does math and may put peoples names in a certain order to make it easier to get in and out without wasting too much time.
I worked at Home Depot for a while and they used computers for everything.
Even a small company such as a local pub may have a computer to do all the cashier calculations.
Computers are beginning to take over the workplace and are making less jobs for people.In 1613, the word computer became coined to a person that could perform calculations or computations.The term remained the same until about the late 1900’s.If a person wanted to place an order for some lumber without being in the store, they could.All the information was placed in the computer so that when they did come in to pick it up, it would be quick and easy.The first digital computer was called the ABC, short for Atanasoff-Berry Computer, and was developed in 1942 at the Iowa State College.The ABC was an electrical computer that used vacuum tubes for digital computation including binary math and Boolean logic and had no CPU.Despite all the additions to the computer it has gotten smaller and smaller over the years.Today, we have personal computers, laptops, tablets and even smartphones. You can browse the web on any of these devices or play games or create a word document.Justin Wommack 08/28/2013 Computers: Past, Present and Future Personal computers have been around for quite some time now, but it might come to surprise that the first personal computer wasn’t invented til 1981.Although, it depends on what you would consider a “computer,” some have been around since the early 1900’s.