Charles Babbage made the first ever computer
The first computer was made in England in the year 1837.
The Manchester Mark 1 was the first computer that was made and worked.I do not know EXACTLY when the very first computer was made, but the first fully electronic computer was made in 1942 Iowa State College.
Wkonrad zuse made the first working computer
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The first computer was an analog computer, probably mechanical.
the first computer is william seward burrought
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The first logic engine which we would recognise as a "computer" was made by Charles Babbage.
To our research we find that the first computer mouse was made out of Wood.
What was the first computer made of? If you consider that Charles Babbage's difference engine was the first computer, then it was made of Brass and steel.
charles babbage made the vary first computer
the first original computer was made in Britain
The first electronic digital computer was.
The First TV, I mean the first computer was made in Santa Le Cabana France.
in 1837 Charles Babbage a british professor first made a computer'
The first Apple computer, called Apple 1, was made in 1976.
The first electronic computer was made at Iowa State University, but, alas, it could not be reprogrammed. The "Z" computer was made in Germany, and was the first to be reprogrammable. The British Colossus computer was made at Bletchley Park, UK, but the first general-purpose reprogrammable computer, called ENIAC, was made at the University of Pennsylvania in 1946.
it was made in nz
the first electronic digital computer was made in Ames, IA in 1942. the first analog computer known was made in one of the colony city states of greece in about 100BC.
The first working computer was made by Konrad Zuse :) your welcome geeks! Answed By:Kelsey Brook Lemley :)
The Z3 is the first freely programable computer made by Konrad Zuse Made by Konrad Zuse , the Z3 is th first freely programable computer.
The first computer close to as we know them today was made by IBM