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What's Moore's Law?

Moore's Law is named after a smart guy named Gordon Moore, who helped start Intel, a big computer company. He noticed in 1965 that every two years, computers were getting twice as fast because they had double the tiny parts (transistors) inside them. This made computers better and smaller, and it's been happening for a long time, making technology better and better!


In short, Moore's Law says that computers improve and become faster as time goes on. This means they can do things quicker and handle even cooler tasks!


You can read about transistor here.

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