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VisiCalc 1.0

VisiCalc was the first spreadsheet software for personal computers, and it played a pivotal role in the early history of personal computing. It was developed by Dan Bricklin and Bob Frankston and first released in 1979 for the Apple II computer. VisiCalc is often considered the first electronic spreadsheet, and its success had a significant impact on the business world, transforming the way people handled financial calculations and data analysis.
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Status: freeware
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  • nels 08/02/2024 16:59
    I used to use it in the BBS days.
  • Richard Bretschneider 03/10/2019 17:49
    VisiCalc was not developed by IBM. It was created by Software Arts in Cambridge Mass, and marketed by Personal Software (then VisiCorp) in Sunnyvale CA.
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