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abbreviation for PRIVY COUNCIL, Privy Counsellor, police constable.
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So maybe this isn't just a nice way to spend a Sunday evening in front of the television (which, incidentally, fewer and fewer of us are doing, thanks to the personal computer and the Internet).
Personal computers came in at about the right time, or so it seems at first glance.
A powerful personal computer costs about $3,500 now, and is capable of processing speeds and storage capacity (RAM and hard disk memory) greater than the mainframes of 10 years ago, let alone the 7090 35 years ago.
His phone rings constantly, he boasts to the reader, and his access to the dirt in the personal computer industry is unmatched.
But as personal computer users struggle to retrieve and collate information from increasingly complex and unwieldy computer files and data bases, something more than memorizing lists of commands or following sequences of instructions is needed.
to stop forcing makers of personal computers to include its Internet browser when they install its Windows 95 operating system.
In the early 1970s, computer scientists at a California research center called Xerox PARC built a machine, the Alto, that is considered to have been the world's first personal computer.
The GigaBank 750GB's best features include its attractive, grey, oval aluminum enclosure, its ability to easily connect to a personal computer through its USB connection, and its capacity for storing a large amount of personal computer data.
The messy, often costly, individualism of the personal computer environment can be jettisoned for greater efficiency.
The NBA will integrate Lenovo products into all facets of league operations, recognizing Lenovo's focus on building the world's best-engineered personal computers.
They have an undisputed position in history for really defining what the personal computer is,'' said Pieter Hartsook, publisher of The Hartsook Letter, which focuses on Apple and its products.
Highlights of this sleek new drive are that it holds a vast amount of personal computer data; it easily connects to a personal computer via a USB connection and comes in an attractive steel grey, oval aluminum enclosure.

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