Technology keeps on progressing as the years go by. Back then we were still watching black and white films through Betamax and VHS tapes but now we can live stream our own videos using just our phone in all colors of the color spectrum – a smartphone that can do all sorts of things you don’t need individual gadgets to do the job anymore. And no other better example of seeing these advancements in action than seeing how computers have evolved through the years.
Computers of yesteryears were bulky and used floppy disk drives you’ll never see used anymore in modern computers. Computer hardware is essentially the backbone of any computing device. What use is sophisticated software if there’s no sturdy and functional hard drive to house and protect it. Hard drives can have issues, however. But overall, they still somehow look the same and contain the same parts, albeit just smaller. Experts nowadays wish for more innovation in computer hardware because not much has changed over the decades.
Dumping Moore’s Law is perhaps the best thing that could happen to computers, as it’ll hasten the move away from an aging computer architecture holding back hardware innovation.
That’s the view of prominent