Yes, but not comercially affordable
As of about 2 years ago, 850,000
No, there were not.
computers I've had access to computers since the 70s. Ten years ago I had no cell phone.
I would say about 100 people in the world owned a computer 20 years ago.
no. Computers originated in Asia, about 5,000 years ago.
Twenty years ago computers worked at a snails pace. The computers of today have faster processors and faster circuitry making them run at much faster speeds.
I love "olden day". Just what do you mean by that term. Do you mean computers from 10 years ago, 20 years ago,etc.
5000 years ago
Personal, Mini and Mainframe. That was from about 30 years ago, there are so many different varieties now.
Ten years ago people used computers but not as much as right know. Now days the percentage would be more then 90 but 10 years ago it was only 43%!
computers used to have many flaws, the monitors were big, bad colour quality and the took a while to turn on. the computers were bigger too, and noisy. and for some reason there was a lot more white/grey computers
Homes 100 years ago were very simple. These homes did not have television, fancy lighting, or computers in every room.
fourscore and seven years ago means 87 years ago
A thousand years ago is a millennium ago.A millennium is a thousand years.A millenium
If They Lived 500 years ago It WAS 500 years ago
Neither did personal computers.
Computers weren't discovered, they were invented. In its most basic understanding, computers were invented thousands of years ago by the chinese, however that is clearly not the case for electronic computers, which is an important distinction.
I would say the vital piece of equipment used today at Mount Everest that was not available 50 years ago is satalite and computers. Today this is used to get the latest weather forecast which helps with the planing of there climb.
1.8 million years ago
49 years ago (as of 2017 !)
29 years ago