Several electronic analog computers were made in the 1930s.
The first electronic digital computer was the Atanasoff-Berry Computer (ABC) in early 1942, it worked (except for intermittent problems in the high speed "card" reader/punch) but was abandoned soon after when the two people working on it left for war work.
The next electronic digital computer was the Colossus a prototype of which was built in December 1943 and the first production unit went into operation in June 1944 just in time to crack critical German messages that were used by the Allied generals to commit to the D-Day landings despite very bad weather conditions. Unfortunately these computers (the only ones built in a quantity greater than one until Univac in 1952) remained classified until the early 1980s and so do not appear in most histories of computing.
The first well known electronic digital computer was the Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer (ENIAC) in November 1945 and announced to the public in February 1946.
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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.
1954, if I'm not wrong. It was a gigantic computer.
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.
in the 80's . First electronic computers made in the 1940s.
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 , the first Electronic computer was made by some programmers in the U.S Army, if you are talking about the first calculating machine then it was built by Charles Babbage
ENIAC- Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer) was the first electronic general-purpose computer.
IBM shipped its first electronic computer in 1953. Dubbed the IBM 701 Electronic Data Machines, only 19 units were made during a 3-year period.
the electronic computer cost just about $350 it was made back around 1939 so it was cheaper than the electroioc computer now a days
The first which built by Charles Babbage used as calculating machine rather than a computer machine, but the first electronic computer which made by the U.S Army was built to be used in some kind of military business.
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.
No, the first electronic digital computer was made in 1942. Its invention was about 1937.Electronic digital computers have been manufactured for sale since 1950.
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.
No, but the ABC electronic digital computer was invented about that time. It was finished in 1942 in Ames Iowa.
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.
It was John Vincent Atanasoff and Clifford Berry.
Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer, was the first general-purpose electronic computer.
in the year 1936 konrad zuse invented the z1 computer. it was the first freely programmable computer, but it was electromechanical not electronic