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The Modern Generation of Fourth Generation (1975 - 1989) | 4 generation of computer | Fourth Generation of Coomputer |

The Modern Generation of Fourth Generation (1975 - 1989) :-

The fourth generation period was 1971–1980. Fourth generation computers were built using very large scale integration technology. Thousands of components were packaged on a chip, the size of a fingernail. This led to the development of microprocessors.  Personal  operating systems computer  were developed during this period.
Graphic user interface (GUI) technology was exploited to provide more convenience to users. PCs became more affordable and widespread during this period.
An important development in software was the development of concurrent programming languages ​​such as ADA. Another notable development was the introduction of interactive graphic devices and language interfaces for graphic systems.

Benefits of fourth generation of computers:-

»More powerful and reliable than previous generations.
»Small in size
»Fan for heat discharging and thus to keep cool.
»Fast processing power with low power consumption
»No air conditioning is required.
»Completely General Purpose
»Less repair required.
»Commercial Production
»All types of high-level languages ​​can be used in this type of computer.
»Cheapest among all generations

Disadvantages of fourth generation of computer:-

» The latest technology is required to manufacture microprocessors.

Example of third generation computer:-

2. Apple II
3. Wax 9000
4. Cray
5. DEC 10
6. Star 1000

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