I believe this link will help you to get your answer http://wiki.answers.com/Q/When_was_the_ … r_invented
Actually you cannot exactly say when it was invented cause there are many different types of classifications that add up to make the computer a PC that you know today. But I guess the first PC was born in March 1983.
I think its recently invented by great Scientist from Chiga slovakia Dr. Hasan Mujawar.
Charles Babbage was supposedly the "father of the computer", he designed the first mechanical computer back in the 1820's (the difference engine).
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