Timeline of computing

Timeline of computing presents events in the history of computing organized by year and grouped into six topic areas: predictions and concepts, first use and inventions, hardware systems and processors, operating systems, programming languages, and new application areas.

Detailed computing timelines: before 1950, 1950–1979, 1980–1989, 1990–1999, 2000-2009, 2010-

Graphical timeline

Video hosting serviceIEEE 802.11Web search engineWorld Wide WebWYSIWYGUsenetCATS (trading system)VisicalcPongNon-linear video editingARPANETProof assistantCDC 6600Spacewar (video game)CSIRACCoffeeScriptClojureGo (programming language)F Sharp (programming language)Scala (programming language)ActionScriptC Sharp programming languageD programming languageXSL TransformationsPHP programming languageObjective CamlRuby (programming language)Java programming languageJavaScriptDelphi programming languageAppleScriptVisual BasicPython programming languageHaskellMathematicaTclErlangPerlSQL programming languageHyperCardObjective-CEiffel programming languageCamlPostScriptCommon LispTurbo PascalC++Ada programming languageDBASEREXXAWKSQLModula-2VISICALCIDL (programming language)FORTRAN 77Scheme (programming language)ML (programming language)PrologC programming languageSmalltalk programming languageForth (programming language)Pascal programming languageB (programming language)PLILogo programming languageALGOL 68BCPLFORTRAN 66BASIC programming languageSNOBOLSimulaAPL programming languageCOBOL programming languageMAD (programming language)Lisp programming languageALGOL 58FORTRAN IMark I AutocodeA-0 SystemPlankalkülWindows 8Chrome OSWindows 7Android (operating system)Windows VistaUbuntu (operating system)Windows Server 2003Gentoo LinuxWindows XPMac OS XWindows 2000Windows MeMac OS historyMac OS historyBlackBerry OSWindows 98SymbianMac OS historySUSE LinuxMkLinuxWindows 95OpenBSDRed Hat LinuxDebianSlackwareWindows NTUnixWareSLS LinuxOS/2Windows 3.1xSolaris Operating EnvironmentLinuxOSF/1BeOSSCO UNIXNEXTSTEPPOSIXOS/400RISC OSWindows 2.0OS/2MinixIRIXHP-UXApple IIgsAIX operating systemMachWindows 1.0Atari TOSAmigaOSGNUMac OS historyUNIX System VApple LisaSunOSMS-DOSOS-9Virtual Memory SystemApple DOSCP/M operating systemMVSVM/CMSRSTS-11RT-11UnixTOPS-20Airline Control ProgramWAITSCP/CMSMichigan Terminal SystemIncompatible Timesharing SystemMulticsOS/360TOPS-10Dartmouth Time Sharing SystemGeneral Comprehensive Operating SystemBurroughs MCPSHARE Operating SystemUniversity of Michigan Executive SystemGM-NAA I/OCell (microprocessor)Athlon 64PowerPC 970ItaniumPOWER4IBM PS/2Connection MachineAcorn ArchimedesARM architectureCommodore AmigaAtari STMIPS architectureIBM ATApple MacintoshIBM XTApple LisaApple IIe

Commodore 64BBC MicroZX81

Apple IIIZX80Commodore VIC-20Motorola 68000TRS-80Apple IIVAX-11Commodore PETApple ICray-1MOS Technologies 6502Zilog Z80Altair 8800Motorola 6800Intel 8080Intel 8008Intel 4004PDP-11Datapoint 2200PDP-10BESMCDC 6600PDP-8IBM 360PDP-6ReserVecATLAS computerIBM 7030 StretchCDC 1604PDP-1IBM 1401AN/FSQ-7UNIVAC IIIBM 608IBM 305 RAMACHarwell CADETIBM 704IBM 650Strela computerIBM 701UNIVAC 1101Whirlwind (computer)UNIVAC ILEO (computer)Ferranti Mark 1Manchester Mark 1Small-Scale Experimental MachineIBM SSECENIACColossus computerHarvard Mark IZ3 (computer)Atanasoff–Berry ComputerDocker (software)CryptocurrencyOnion routingPCI ExpressSerial ATABlade serverAsymmetric Digital Subscriber LineAccelerated Graphics PortDVD-ROMIEEE 1394 interfaceBeowulf (computing)DNA computingSmartphoneConventional PCIPCMCIAVESASVGAExtended Industry Standard ArchitectureVGAConnection MachinePersonal digital assistantSCSIParallel ATACD ROMEnhanced Graphics AdapterExpanded MemoryAdvanced Technology AttachmentDomain Name SystemMulti-touchRISCMIDIHayes SmartmodemColor Graphics AdapterIndustry standard architectureVMEbusTCP/IPMagnavox OdysseyRS-232ARPANETRAMWilliams tubePOPLmark challengeGoogle Code JamTopCoderICFP Programming ContestInternational Olympiad in InformaticsQuantum ComputerP versus NP problemNorth American Computer Chess ChampionshipTuring TestRelational databaseMoore's law

See also

Resources

  • Stephen White, A Brief History of Computing
  • The Computer History in time and space, Graphing Project, an attempt to build a graphical image of computer history, in particular operating systems.
  • The Computer Revolution/Timeline at Wikibooks
  • "File:Timeline.pdf - Engineering and Technology History Wiki" (PDF). ethw.org. 2012. Retrieved 2018-03-03.
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