The first all-electronic compute, based on vacuum tubes, was developed in 1946 by J. Presper Eckert and John W. Mauchly of the University of Pennsylvania. Atahis computer could make calculation a thousand times faster than earlier devices." The Macintosh must be running system software version 7.5 or higher and be equipped with a drive that supports Apple PC Exchange.
1 Save your Windows file to a 3.5-inch floppy disk or a CD-ROM.
2 Insert the floppy disk in the Macintosh floppy disk drive.
3 Copy the files directly to the Macintosh.
Note You can easily move files between Windows and the Macintosh if you have access to a Windows NT server that is set up with Services for the Macintosh. For more information, see your NT documentation.
Although, the microcomputer is a very recent development, computers have been around for a long time. A major step in computer technology was the development in the early 1800's of Machine that could be programmed.
"Joseph Jacquard developed a loon for weaving cloth whose operation was controlled by
means of card with holes punched in them. In 1886, Hollerith improved on Jacquard's punched card by developing a card that could be used by electrical rather than mechanical equipment. The Hollerith (or IBM) card is still very mush In use."
In 1944 engineers from IBM and Howard Aiken of Harvard University developed a machine called the Mark.1
This 50 foot-long and 8-foot high machine was able to add, subtract, multiply, divide, and refer to data tables using punched cards.
Technology Has ComA Long Way