Welcome Guest. Sign in or Signup

16 Answers

OLD – HDD, Data Room, Computer images …..

Asked by: 248 views TechSupportPortal

Hai all….

Please attach photos like Old computerparts, Data rooms, Servers, Computers etc ..

Im also attaching some of tthe images i have ….

16 Answers

  1. 0 Votes Thumb up 0 Votes Thumb down 0 Votes

    Albin Sebastian - Nov 30, -0001 | Reply

  2. 0 Votes Thumb up 0 Votes Thumb down 0 Votes

    Albin Sebastian - Nov 30, -0001 | Reply

  3. 0 Votes Thumb up 0 Votes Thumb down 0 Votes

    Albin Sebastian - Nov 30, -0001 | Reply

  4. 0 Votes Thumb up 0 Votes Thumb down 0 Votes

    Albin Sebastian - Nov 30, -0001 | Reply

  5. 0 Votes Thumb up 0 Votes Thumb down 0 Votes

    Albin Sebastian - Nov 30, -0001 | Reply

  6. 0 Votes Thumb up 0 Votes Thumb down 0 Votes

    Albin Sebastian - Nov 30, -0001 | Reply

  7. 0 Votes Thumb up 0 Votes Thumb down 0 Votes

    Albin Sebastian - Nov 30, -0001 | Reply

  8. 0 Votes Thumb up 0 Votes Thumb down 0 Votes

    Ohh albin Thanks …………….

    Jayakrishnan.C.P - Nov 30, -0001 | Reply

  9. 0 Votes Thumb up 0 Votes Thumb down 0 Votes

    can u please tell the company invented this ? ?

    Jayakrishnan.C.P - Nov 30, -0001 | Reply

  10. 0 Votes Thumb up 0 Votes Thumb down 0 Votes

    The Macintosh project started in early 1979 with Jef Raskin, an Apple employee, who envisioned an easy-to-use, low-cost computer for the average consumer. In September 1979, Raskin was authorized to start hiring for the project, and he began to look for an engineer who could put together a prototype. Bill Atkinson, a member of Apple’s Lisa team (which was developing a similar but higher-end computer), introduced him to Burrell Smith, a service technician who had been hired earlier that year as Apple employee #282. Over the years, Raskin assembled a large development team that designed and built the original Macintosh hardware and software; besides Raskin, Atkinson and Smith, the team included Chris Espinosa, Joanna Hoffman, George Crow, Jerry Manock, Susan Kare, and Andy Hertzfeld.

    Part of the original Macintosh design team, as seen on the cover of Revolution in the Valley.

    waxon - Nov 30, -0001 | Reply

  11. 0 Votes Thumb up 0 Votes Thumb down 0 Votes

    The Macintosh 128K, the first Macintosh, was the first commercially successful personal computer to use images, rather than text, to communicate.

    waxon - Nov 30, -0001 | Reply

  12. 0 Votes Thumb up 0 Votes Thumb down 0 Votes

    The Macintosh II, the first expandable Macintosh.

    waxon - Nov 30, -0001 | Reply

  13. 0 Votes Thumb up 0 Votes Thumb down 0 Votes

    The Macintosh Classic, Apple’s early 1990s budget model.

    waxon - Nov 30, -0001 | Reply

  14. 0 Votes Thumb up 0 Votes Thumb down 0 Votes

    World’s first hard drive. 1956: IBM

    waxon - Nov 30, -0001 | Reply

  15. 0 Votes Thumb up 0 Votes Thumb down 0 Votes

    1GB —- 20 years ago – 1GB——– now

    Albin Sebastian - Nov 30, -0001 | Reply

  16. 0 Votes Thumb up 0 Votes Thumb down 0 Votes

    old ads

    Shyamlal - Nov 30, -0001 | Reply


Answer Question