A 1st generation computer is a 1st generation computer and a 5th generation computer is a 5th generation computer.....
The main difference between first generation and fifth generation computers is upgrades. Typically, first generation is more of a beta system and fifth has had many upgrades added to it to make it run faster and has a better performance.
Basically, the main and basic differences between computers of the first to fifth generation include speed, technology and processing differences.
1 is older 5 is newer
the improvement of technology, Size, Space and Performance, are the main differences between the 1st and 4th generation computers.
first generation computers were not fast and were less reliable.
Vacuum tubes are used in first generation computers and transistors are used in second generation computers. Second generation computers are ten times faster than the first generation.
the first generation computers used vaccum tubes
Second Generation computers. The VAX mentioned above is just a single model of first generation electronic computers.
No. First generation computers used vacuum tube electronics. The microprocessor was the invention that created fourth generation computers.
first generation used vacuum tubes second generation used transistors
Second generation is skinnier!
How is the first generation of computers stored data? Please express to me.
By most definitions, first generation computers were the ones built with vacuum tubes.
Second generation computers are often called transistorized computers. The transistorized computers are more advanced computers than the first generation of computers.
The difference between the 1st and 3rd generation iPod is slightly different. the cases will still work, the difference between the two generations is that the 3rd generation is slightly slimmer than the 1st generation.
The first minicomputers were second generation computers, but the most well known minicomputers were third generation computers.
Because the first, second, and third generation computers were also digital computers.
Issei is first generation immigrant and nisei is second generation.
First generation computers - vacuum tubes Second generation computers - transistor Third generation computers - Integrated chips Fourth generation computers -Microprocessors Fifth generation computers - Artificial intelligence
Electro-Mechanical Computers were used before first generation of computers.
The speed of computers increased from one generation to the next generation, and to the next generation, and so on.
the first generation of computers was 1945-1954
first generation computers