Posted October 12, 2019 09:50:06The first time I ever saw the phrase “enterprise computers,” it was in my teenage years.
It was a reference to the ubiquitous desktop PC, which we all know and love.
I remember it well.
I thought, “This is really a joke.
I don’t remember that in my life.”
And then it hit me, “Oh, no.
This is what computers are supposed to do: They’re supposed to run a bunch of software and do everything that we do.”
But I was wrong.
The very first computer I ever worked on was called a “Sage,” a reference that stuck with me for the rest of my life.
Sage computers were designed to run on any type of physical computing hardware, not just hardware that was manufactured by Microsoft.
But when the company decided to make a new, smaller, cheaper computer, it chose to make the whole system run on an Intel processor, rather than on a standard Intel processor.
The Sage was a big deal.
The original Sage, which Microsoft released in 1979, was one of the first computers with built-in graphics, which made it possible to see how far it had come in the decades since the original one was first released.
But it was a huge step backward, as it used a single chip and was unable to play video games on its internal memory.
It was only a matter of time until Sage computers were available on the market, but it took a while for them to become standard.
Microsoft had been developing its own graphics processors since the 1970s, and in 1979 Microsoft announced that it was making its own chips.
It called the chip “the SAGE” and it was the first computer with this chip.
The company decided that it would release the chip in two versions, with different prices, and that users would pay more to have the version with the fastest CPU.
But by 1980, Sage computers weren’t even available for purchase, so it had to wait.
Sachin Gupta, the president of Microsoft Research, said in an interview with the Associated Press that he had the idea to build the Sage computer while he was working at Microsoft Research in 1981.
He thought the system would be “an inexpensive way for us to have some hardware that we could test with,” Gupta told AP.
“We didn’t want to have to go out and buy a new computer every year.
We didn’t know what the market was going to look like.”
The chip that the Sage computers used, called the “Intel 801,” was a 20-nanometer (10-millionth of a meter) chip with 32 registers.
The chip used a custom design to control all the computing, graphics, and storage hardware.
The chips also used a special chip called the Intel Integrated Graphics, or IGD, which allowed the chip to display graphics on the screen.
The IGD chip was used to drive the graphics, allowing the CPU to display and process graphics.
The chip could not handle graphics and it could not drive video memory.
It also was a bit slow.
But this didn’t matter because the processor needed a lot of computing power.
Gupta said that the CPU needed to be running at up to 1.5 GHz for graphics and 1.7 GHz for video memory, which is about a factor of four faster than the Intel 801 chip.
In other words, it could process graphics at about a thousand times the speed of a modern CPU.
It wasn’t until 1984 that Microsoft introduced the Sage, called “Sachs,” and it took longer than the company had anticipated to get Sage computers on the street.
At the time, the Sage was the world’s first computer to run video games.
In 1984, IBM had released its own video game computer, called Alpha, that ran on an 8-bit processor.
And in 1986, the IBM PC was launched, and the PC had a 128-bit memory bus, a new technology that would be used on Sage computers.
In 1986, Microsoft was a tiny company and it didn’t have the resources to build new hardware every year, so the company chose to wait until it had a system that could run video game software.
The software needed to run Microsoft programs, and Microsoft didn’t own any software.
It only had access to the software from other companies that used Microsoft software.
So Microsoft developed its own programming language, called Visual Basic, to help it develop its games.
The company also needed to develop its own hardware.
Microsoft was able to develop a new processor that could handle the graphics and the video, but Microsoft had to buy a brand new motherboard that could host the graphics.
And this motherboard would have to run games for Microsoft’s games.
This is the first time that I’ve ever heard a term used in this way.
I think it was actually coined by the programmer, because the first processor that you see