It’s sometimes hard to believe that computers exist before the Internet era. For the oldest of us, that sounds like evidence. In the mid-60s there was no colour screens and hard drives were not 1Tb size but computers were there. IBM was in the place of course, and they began to sell the Univac 9000 series with 8Kb of memory size (extendable to 16Kb!). Trying to compare these specifications with a modern computer would be silly.
In 1966, IBM introduced a prototype of a “floppy” disk with 2,2 Mb of capacity. That was huge at the time… if you know what I mean.