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A unique collection of some interesting Computer Facts which you never know. These computer facts are collected to tell you more interesting things about computer and related people, things and companies. All facts are really surprising. Tell your computer savvy friends about these Facts about Computer and then ask them 'Did you know it', I am sure that the answer will be NO.

Create Table without using mouse and menus
Create Table without using mouse and menus

Do you know Its possible to create Table without using mouse and menus in MS Word and Outlook. Here its that?

Type the content (+--+---+--+) in Microsoft Word and press Enter. One row of a table will be created and for more rows you can press TAB.

Step 1: +----+------ --+-----+

Step 2: (After pressing Enter having the cursor at the last -+-Result will be like the below one)

Step 3: (press TAB to create more Rows)

In this ' + ' represents the column borders and ' - ' represents the length of the each column. Just try this...

Daily Sent Emails
Daily Sent Emails

Some 160 billion emails are sent daily - more than 2 million per second - by 1.2 billion email senders. 97% of it is spam.

All videos on YouTube
All videos on YouTube

It will take a person more than 400 years to watch all the videos on YouTube.

Most Internet Users Per Capita
Most Internet Users Per Capita

Iceland has the most Internet users per capita of any country in the world with over 86 percent of people using the Web, compared with only 69 percent of Americans.

Impossible name of a folder
Impossible name of a folder

It is impossible to create a folder with the name "con" or "Con" on any Microsoft operating system.


Bill Gates first business
Bill Gates first business

Before Microsoft, Bill Gates was apparently counting cars. His first business was Traf-o-data, a company that read raw data from roadway traffic counters to create meaningful reports for traffic controllers.
Bill Gates designed a traffic control system for Seattle when he was only 15!

The QWERTY keyboard design fact
The QWERTY keyboard design fact

The QWERTY keyboard was designed to prevent jams on a keyboard. The early typewriters used arms to impress a letter on paper. If neighbouring keys were used in rapid sucession, then the arms were likely to jam, which was a serious issue. The keyboard was designed to prevent commonly used key combinations from being next to each other. It is widely believed that the keyboard was designed to slow down typists, which is not true.

Bush hid the facts
Bush hid the facts

Another crazy thing : Open notepad in XP and type "Bush hid the facts", save the document and reopen it. You will see the text garbled. Dont jump immediately to conspiracy theories. The bug has something to do with ANSI encoding.







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