Cello web browser was launched by Thomas Bruce on 8th June 1993. It was the first Windows browser to be released.
Bruce co-founded the Legal Information Institute at Cornell Law School and quickly realised that most attorneys cannot access the newly created World Wide Web because of a lack of client software. So he developed Cello and released it as a shareware.
Microsoft launched their own Internet Explorer two years later in 1995.
Hard disk storage capacities have been increasing over the years. The world's first hard disk, IBM 350 Disk File, could store 5MB of data was announced on 4th September 1956. The first 1TB drive appeared 51 years later in 2007. It took just a couple of years to double the capacity and the first 2GB drive came into the market in 2009. [more...]