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 9  Chapter 0000:  The Start of the PC

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VII  Chapter 0000: Summary

In this chapter, you saw the beginnings of IBM, and the birth of the PC with MITS and its Altair. It was revealed to you how Apple thought they had a better idea and the background of other key players and how they affect the PC today. You learned the history of each major expansion bus and how to Identify them.

The concepts of electricity were examined along with common electronic components. Finally, you learned how to work with Base 2 and Base 10 math, with the relationship to Base 10 math, that is part of daily life.


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