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Personal Computer Quizzes & Trivia

It is now a big part of our lives and it will probably manage to remain that way for quite some time. After its introduction, the personal computer has managed to make its way into our homes and now we depend on it for a lot of things that we need done. So what else do you know about personal computers? Do you know some of the great minds that contributed to its development? Or maybe you know some of the great developments regarding it?

How did early PC owners manage to obtain their own programs in order to do something useful with the PC itself? What are the four main types of PCs existent nowadays? What was the name of the first commercial desktop personal computer? Try out our personal computer quizzes and become a computer geek.
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