Introduction To Computer By Peter Norton 7th Edition Pdf 12 [CRACKED] 📌
Introduction To Computer By Peter Norton 7th Edition Pdf 12
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using the x-series workstations we eventually rolled out, i managed to get a resolution down to 72dpi (dots per inch) and down to 128 colors. this made a difference in how programs looked. though the now-legendary macintosh came out in 1984, the apple computers on the job did not ship with a resolution high enough for commercial use.
on a particular day, i had a customer come in who was an apple 2 owner. he wanted to trade in his original apple 2 computer for the x-series. he had heard about apple’s backward compatibility and thought it was great (back then, the original apple ii computer was not known for its backward compatibility).
norton was also a major supplier of pc utilities, and i’ve always had a soft-spot for norton utilities. i usually bought the 64-bit version, because i wasnt convinced about the 16-bit version, but i did buy the dos version, which was great at repairing corrupt system files.
it’s a long time since i’ve used norton. my company started buying symantec products, and symantec made it clear that peter norton was no longer associated with it. now, the norton name belongs to symantec. but its the same product, just a different corporate name.
the first computer i worked on was a sinclair zx81. i entered into the early world of home computing with this rather primitive device, which sold for about $25, and allowed you to enter simple code like:
im still wondering about the c64. it was so sophisticated that it was for a time the most popular computer on campus, and i received regular letters from students who were using it for university courses. but, as a programmer, i just didnt really get it. i thought its so much more powerful than my commodore 64 than it should be, and i felt like an imposter.
one of the most important things to remember about a computer is that it is a tool. it is how you use it that makes it the tool it is. i sold my first computer, a radio shack trs-80 model 1, in 1981. i had been working on it part time for about a year, and was getting frustrated with the fact that it could not do any of the things i wanted. i had a very rigid concept of what i wanted to do with a computer, and had been unable to produce a computer that i was happy with. in addition to the problem with the trs-80, i was also sick of the ‘yikes! this is a computer!’ attitude that i had encountered at most computer stores. i decided that i would spend the money to buy a good computer, and do my own programming. i bought a $12,000 ibm pc, and proceeded to rewrite the operating system from scratch.