The Most helpful 20th Century Invention
“I think it’s fair to say that personal computers have become the most useful empowering too; we’ve every created. They’re tools of communication, they’re tools of creativity, and they can be shaped by their user”. – Bill Gates
Who can live without a personal computer in the 21th century? The computer as the most wondrous technological invention of the 20th century since the beginning of human era we have always tried to obtain machines to make our lives easier. Before the computer was invented people did boring tasks that we now take as they are. No one can deny the fact that computers play a very effective and important role in our lives. The Personal Computer is the most helpful 20th century invention it has allowed users to provide important means of interactive communication, access information easily and quickly and get more freedom as the computer does some job for us.
Firstly, the personal computer provides an important means of interactive communication through the use of social networking. In a day and age, where we can contact our friends and family while never leaving our computer screen, we may feel that we are being more sociable than ever. We can organize an event, virtual or not, and invite thousands of people, within a matter of minutes. And play a game of chess with a stranger on a far continent, via a handheld device. We can talk face to face in a video call, or give the world a news update by sharing a photo in seconds. Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Blogger, Tumblr, Farmville, Xbox Live, Skype, eBay, Game Center… the list trails on. It is immediately clear: Facebook changes us. A study, taken by research centre Pew Internet found that regular Facebook users are more trusting than others. They also confirmed that the networking giant revives what they call “dormant” relationships.
Secondly, we can access information easily and quickly. With the use of the internet with the use...
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