Story about Computer Icon
The fact is, humans built computers to become much faster than we could ever be. Even Usain Bolt does not stand a chance. A job that would take days for a person to accomplish could be done in a minute by a computer. It can process tons of instructions in a second, and store millions of information in such a small storage. It can do calculations fast and accurately. Unlike us, it does not get tired or bored, and does not sleep on the job
—at least not when you turn it off yourself or leave it open for a while, duh.
But despite all the computer’s greatness, it cannot decide for itself. It won’t proceed with tasks unless humans step in, which makes the computer also kind of dumb. Now we’re even—dumb and dumber.
Computers began from the modest abacus, which was widely used 2,500 years ago to calculate stuff using beads. By the 19th century, English Mathematician Charles Babbage invented the first automatic computer—equipped with the basic components that are present in modern computers.
The early computers are definitely a far cry from the ones today. While the first computer took up an entire 1,800 square feet room, computers today can fit right into our pockets.
The icons surely fit in your pockets, too.
If you only want parts of the computer, there are separate icons for:
These images would be great as desktop icons.