And when, pray tell, was that?
I'm 47. I've grown up with computers my whole life, from learning to play Oregon Trail on a MECC linotype terminal with a 300-baud modem in the coupler, to sitting in my friend's living room in 6th grade, when his dad (a VP at IBM) came in to tell us that they'd decided to come out with a computer to compete with Apple, it was going to be called a "PC".
*NEVER* were girls generally even faintly interested in computers. Null set, while boys were constantly clustered around the damn things, fighting for turns. Certainly *some* girls were, but they were the same size subset of people that we'd call tomboys - girls not doing stuff common to girls.
Stop rewriting history to try to make your point. Girls never wanted them, not as toys and not as tools.
Today? Today a girl can sit right down at her family's computer - likely she has her own laptop - and do whatever she fucking wants, and no amount of revisionist politically-correct nonsense will change the fact that most girls have better things to do than sit in a lonely room dinking around with a computer.