"Turning it off and then on again" to fix a tech issue was so effective that the made a built in feature out of it (Restart) amirite?

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Actually it was because very old computers (like the IBM 1401) used punch cards instead of an OS, so you often had to "reboot" to use certain functions because it couldn't store them all at once

"Reboot" was changed to "restart" by Microsoft and Linux