The National Museum of Computing plans to reopen its physical doors on 8th September 2020, with tickets available to purchase in advance. It said the digital experiences will continue to be available.
This image is of a Macintosh SE. When Apple released the Macintosh in 1984, it swapped the command line used by previous home computers with a user-friendly graphical user interface. This redefined personal computing.
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From August 19, 2020, people will be able to experience the TNMOC's virtual exhibition and interactive, guided tour.
More info on the virtual tour can be found here >>