IT Historical Resource Sites

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Listing of sites in our IT Historical Resource Database sorted alphabetically by Institution

Pascal's Calculator (Pascaline)

Blaise Pascal invented the mechanical calculator in 1642. He conceived the idea while trying to help his father who had been assigned the task of reorganizing the tax revenues of the French province of Haute-Normandie ; first called Arithmetic...
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Paul Gray PC Museum, The

The Wonder of the PC Museum In a 50-year career working around computers, Paul Gray managed to pick up many machines dating back to the early years of personal computers. When Gray retired from Claremont Graduate University in 2001, the...
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PC Hardware History

I will try and keep this relevant to the site...If you are going to listen to anything I have to say on these pages, then you need to know a bit about me. Specifically my techy knowledge. Too many sites out there tout VERY bad information and...
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PC History

Several narrative & link sites about histories of specific machines and software.
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PC History

Pictures and articles relating to the History of computing.
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PC Monitors Past and Present

A PC monitor is a visual output device (display sometimes called a visual display unit or VDU) which outputs dynamic images from devices such as PCs. PC monitors are an essential component of most modern PCs, and without such a device the computer...
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PC Museum Collection

Welcome to The Freeman PC Museum collection. The following is a complete list of vintage computer systems in the museum. Feel free to scroll through the list, view details of the system, see related links and advertisements, and join in on the mini...
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PCI Express

PCI Express (Peripheral Component Interconnect Express), officially abbreviated as PCIe, is a computer expansion card standard designed to replace the older PCI, PCI-X, and AGP bus standards. PCIe has numerous improvements over the aforementioned...
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PCjr History

Rumors of "The Peanut" started in 1983. When it was finally announced November 1st, 1983 it was named "PCjr", model number 4860. Two models were available: Model 4860-004, featuring an Intel 8088, 64KB of memory Model 4860-067, featuring an...
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PDP-8

The 12-bit PDP-8 was the first successful commercial minicomputer, produced by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) in the 1960s. DEC introduced it on 22 March 1965, and sold more than 50,000 systems, the most of any computer up to that date.[1] It...
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