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1960s. Xerox - revolutionary office technology for the day. Copies on demand.

Xerox - revolutionary office technology for the day. Copies on demand.

The first computer was invented by Philip Don Estrigde and the IBM company in 1968.  This was a invention that allowed the internet and email.

IBM PC 1981 - I had an IBM XT - big floppy and a hard drive and the HERCULES Video card.

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The Alto personal computer debuted 1973 and featured the world’s first WYSIWYG—”what you see is what you get”—editor plus the first commercial mouse for input, GUI, bit-mapped display with menus and icons, link to LAN, and simultaneous file storage.

A photograph of a Xerox machine. 2. Xerox Model D copier, one of the first production units. Still in use in 1985 - Battelle Memorial Instit...

A photograph of a Xerox machine. Xerox Model D copier, one of the first production units. Still in use in 1985 - Battelle Memorial Instit.

In the early 1970s, Xerox engineers at the Palo Alto Research Center in California – also known as Xerox PARC – had developed a computer they called the “Alto.”  This computer used a pointing device called a “mouse” and also employed icons on a screen to represent documents – a combination that became known as “graphical user interface,” or GUI.

The Xerox “Alto” computer, using the first graphical user interface GUI system, which also became known as a “point & click,” using a “mouse” to send commands to on-screen images.

Bull  TTX 80 / 85 / 90  	    In January 1979, Bull signed an Agreement with CPT corporation, a company based in Minnesota, USA, for the distribution of word processing equipment by Bull. Three 8000 series systems were bought from CPT and sold under the Bull label, the TTX-80, TTX-85 and TTX-90.    These massive systems featured an Intel 8080 processor, 64 to 256 KB of RAM, a dual 8" floppy drive and above, a portrait monitor that could display a full page of A4.

Bull TTX 80 / 85 / In January Bull signed an Agreement with CPT corporation, a company based in Minnesota, USA, for the distribution of word processing equipment by Bull. Three 8000 series systems were bought from CPT and sold under the Bull

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