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1979: Word processing became a reality when MicroPro International released Wordstar. “The most important change is adding margins and the word wrap property (making words lengthen without breaking the layout),” says VisiCalc creator Rob Barnaby. Other changes include removing command modes and adding print functionality. Hagrid with the sorting hat poster. 1981: The first IBM personal computer, called “Acorn”, is introduced. Acorn uses Microsoft’s MS-DOS operating system, has an Intel chip, two floppy drives, and an optional color screen. Sears & Roebuck and Computerland sold these computers, marking the first time the computers were available through outside distributors. This also made the term PC popular.