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abbreviation for PRIVY COUNCIL, Privy Counsellor, police constable.
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The IBM PC was powered by an Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC) 8088 microprocessor with 40K of read-only memory and 16K of user memory.
While the sale allows IBM to exit a business where it has struggled to maintain profits due to fierce competition, most IBM PC manufacture is already outsourced to Chinese suppliers and the Lenovo Group has not been particularly successful, losing in its own Chinese marketplace to Dell, who offers better pricing and higher quality products.
Even in my dreams, I never imagined that one day we could buy the IBM PC business.
The computer giant, responsible for shifting personal computing into the mainstream with its first IBM PC in 1981, is also negotiating with at least one other potential buyer, the newspaper said on its website, quoting people close to the talks.
The disk contains an IBM PC (DOS) compatible software program that prompts you for the data, including line item numbers (LINs) and UIC.
The IBM PC has been sold to a US newspaper by a looter who raided an office complex in Kabul.
The CRW8824FXZ is designed for both IBM PC Compatible and Macintosh platforms.
It released its CAP Computer Aided Purchasing system in 1987 for the IBM PC. The company was renamed PurchaseSoft in 1998.
Also included are the IBM PC 300GL, the IBM PC 300PL and the IBM IntelliStation M Pro.
The new desktop PCs IBM has introduced includes the IBM PC 300GL and IBM PC 300PL, both featuring Intel's new Pentium III microprocessor, and running at 450MHz and 500MHz, delivering IBM's fastest desktop PCs.
Dean was the lead designer on the team that created the PCAT, the follow-up to the original IBM PC and the basis for millions of desktop computers all over the world--including yours.
I selected the TI, an IBM compatible system of sorts, in that it used an Intel 8088 processor, but with a proprietary graphics card from TI to give it better resolution than the CGA graphics of the IBM PC could produce.