When Was the Computer Invented?

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Although the idea of making a computer existed before the year 1939, the first working computer was made in the year 1939. This machine had many deficiencies, although modifications have been made over the years to form even the current portable notebooks.
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The computer is an electronic device used to compute data information and generate reports through operating systems and other software. It was invented in 1855 by Charles Babbage; however there are many inventors who contributed to the discovery of the computer.
It is difficult to identify any one device as the earliest computer, partly because the term 'computer' has been subject to varying interpretations over time.
Although pre-computers were invented as early as the 1840's it is commonly said that the electronic computer was invented in 1943. It was then improved until we reached the computers we have today. You can find more information here: www.turing.org.uk
The computer was first invented back during World War II. It was known then as a digital calculator. It was an ENIAC computer that was invented by J. Presper Eckert.
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