Likewise, VisiCalc was the first spreadsheet to hit the market in 1979 for the Apple 11 and in 1981 for the IBM PC, but was supplanted by Lotus 1-2-3 in 1983 and then by Microsoft Excel, introduced in 1985, which also became part of the Office suite.
What does VC stand for?
VC stands for VisiCalc
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The class is heavily project-based, and during second quarter, students have the chance to build the very first killer app for the PC, a spreadsheet called VisiCalc.
Back in the day, when departments bought Apple lie computers to run VisiCalc and IBM PCs were bought to run Lotus 1-2-3, it wasn't because corporate IT thought it was a good thing to do.
He remembers vividly using VisiCalc to manage financial projections.
After retirement, he was a self-employed tax preparer at his business, Tax Time, where he developed one of the first tax preparation programs using VisiCalc on the first Apple computer.
Impact and Timing "We were in the right place at the time," Wozniak said in his Chico speech While the Apple II was a leap forward and introduced color and pixels to the computer, Wozniak says Visicalc, which he calls the first "killer app," increased demand for the Apple II.