I think it was the ENIACAnswer
The first "electronic computer" was the Atanasoff-Berry Computer, or ABC. This machine wasn't programmable--if you wanted to change the function of the ABC you would have had to go in and rewire it. It also output through a Hollerith Card punch, and the one Atanasoff had was unreliable.
The first programmable computer was the ENIAC. This machine also used a card punch for output.
So...what is a card punch and how would you use one for output? In the days before computers, any sort of automated data processing had to be done by punching holes, in a specific format with a huge machine called a keypunch, into paper cards. They had machines that punched the cards, read the cards, sorted them in all sorts of useful ways, and printed the information on them. (A bank would punch a card every time a customer made a payment on his loan. The data center officers would then sort the cards and print reports that showed who hadn't paid yet. This was slow and cumbersome but easier than doing it completely by hand...and as you guessed, it employed a LOT of keypunch operators.) By creating a card punch that connected to the first computers, they could add a computer to their operation and still be able to use the punched card technology they were comfortable with.
1943 ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer), the first general-purpose electronic digital calculator begins to be constructed. This computer by most is considered to be the first electronic computer.
ENIAC- Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer) was the first electronic general-purpose computer.
A mainframe computer was the first slsctronic computer.
ENIAC was not the first electronic computer. The first electronic computer was the Colossus, Bletchley Park, during WWII. "Eniac was not the first computer, it was the 11th," The ABC was indeed a very early digital electronic device, but was not programmable, it was single purpose. See the related links.
The Atanasof-Berry Computer was first electronic digital computer, but it was not general purpose, all it could do was solve simultaneous equations. ENIAC was the first general purpose programmable electronic digital computer.
The first "so-called" computer was the abacus, around 1000 B.C. If you're looking for electronic computers, the first fully electronic computer was ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer) and came out in 1946.
Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer, was the first general-purpose electronic computer.
Electronic computer is may faster and smaller than the first developed computer. Electronic computers today uses small electronic devices and integrated circuits. Long time ago they use vacuum tubes which are huge.
The name of the first commercially available electronic digital computer is UNIVAC.
Alan Turing invented the first Electronic Computer.
what could the first ever computer actually do?
The first electronic digital computer was.
Charles Babbage invented the first electronic computer
The answer depends on how you define a computer. Konrad Zuse built the first electronic computer at Berlin, Germany The first electronic computer in the US was built at Ames, Iowa by John Atanasoff.
The first computer was called the ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer).
the first electronic computers were analog computers and appeared in the 1930s, but I don't have exact date. the first electronic digital computer was the ABC which was finished in 1942.
ABC in 1942
ENIAC, short for Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer was the first general-purpose electronic computer. Hope this is helpfull
the first computer was a human. the first electronic computer was invented to replace human computers and automate their jobs.