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post #101 of 240
Windows 98 when i was about 5 i my dad bought me this awsome (at the time) pc to play this fighter jet game we loved.

and some ol Deer hunter 3 (i think)
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dos 3.1
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B.A.S.I.C on bbc acorn whats a hard drive?
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post #104 of 240
I remember using this terrible terrible OS called 'Vista'. I didn't have it myself because it was so bad but it was amazing how primative and bugged it was. But that must have been years ago.

Jokes.

First was probably AmigaOS 1.2 for the Amiga 500. And yeah, HDD's are over-rated .
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post #105 of 240
Something before windows xp. It might have been windows 98. It was a gift from a family friend and my mom and I used to play solitaire on it all the time.
post #106 of 240
MS-Dos on a i286. About 8mhz of speed and it had a turbo button that pushed it to a scorching fast 12mhz. Wooo!
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Originally Posted by rquinn19 View Post
Wow I feel old. Everything was done in MS-Dos even after windows came along (it stunk for gaming)
LOL, me too.

I remember we got our first computer it was a knock-off of an IBM 80/86. There wasn't even a mouse. I remember playing math blaster, Microsoft flight simulator 1.0, Space quest 1 and 2, and trying to play Leisure Suit Larry 1 and much later 2.

Hell when I was in school all we used was dos and none of them had 3.5in floppy drives until I was in high school lol.
post #108 of 240
The first one I remember using was something green (As in the screen was green including text an so-forth).... I don't remember the name. But the first one I remember the name of was Windows 3.1.
post #109 of 240
DOS. dont remember which, i was 5 and copied the dir into the screen from a paper taped to the desk to hunt for treasure.
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Windows 3.11! And i was the expert back then installed and configured that for a lot of people i had a 100MB HDD and a 5.25 floppy
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