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    mine, it was win98 16mbRam, did'nt remember CPU haha good old times
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    Mac OS 7.1
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    Mac os 7.1
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    Windows 95.
    8MB ram.
    133mhz cpu (a VIA)
    It was bought 1995 for $3000 and broke down two years ago (BIOS got killed somehow)
    But the HDD is still fine and have great values when I did SMART test last year
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    Even thou the first experience was with MacOS 7, my grandfathers computer.
    We used it to play Wolfenstein, Astreoids and Blobbo
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    Windows XP Service Pack 1
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    Commodore 64 OS :)
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    Win95 or 98, I'm not sure. It broke a long time ago when a CD broke into pieces inside and then we got our XP (which is now unusable, specially since me and my brother tore it apart and didn't put it back together 😂)
    Oh the nostalgia I loved that CD it had so many games 😭
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    Windows XP. Only windows is I've ever used.
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    ZX Spectrum 48k OS
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    Windows me
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    Windows XP. Back then I thought vista was the best OS. I obviously hadn't tried it 😛
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    Windows 95
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    Win 98 with some rad desktop backgrounds :)
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    Windows 3.1
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    Windows Vista. I'm young. I know. I might have "used" XP when I was 3-4 (think keyboard smash while my dad was working) but I don't think that counts.

    Oldest OS (that's not me goofing around with a VM) would be XP on the computers at school.
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    @retrocraft Vista? Oh, poor thing...:)
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    @lig1 we got 7 right away cause my dad had MSDN for work... I only used vista for like 6 months until 7 came out.
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    Windows 3.1, 486-33Mhz, CD ROM where you had to put the CD into a removable case and then insert the whole case into the drive.
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    Had a Windows 3.1 "laptop" when I was a kid. Remember a game called "moon lander" or something was the coolest thing in the world :)
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    XP at school. The GUI was ugly af
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    @1nfiniteLoop I actually liked the UI. It wasn't the best thing ever but worked really well as a whole. And didn't have all the heavy unnecessary decorations like Vista and 7.
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    dos 4.0. yeahhh
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    Windows XP :(
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    Win 3.11, I miss those days
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    DOS then win 98 then xp, 7 (i have dual booted 7 and linux 7 for family linux me now its only LINUX never ever wanna to see windows again but sadly i need to work on windows at school but i totally fucked the school and booted ubuntu on school PC from usb
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    @retrocraft wow im 16 and i have used DOS for about 2 months and then the os journey begins but woow vista is so new still well i dont know your age but im programming 8-9 years and im 16 now i know how to create lot of cool stuff if programming is fun for you hold it !!!! Trust me after 8-9 years like me you will learn a fucking loooot and it gave me a lot to life.
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    @devvan There's nothing to miss about those days.
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    DOS, don't remember CPU. I was a kid and switched the fancy current switch from 180V to 220V or so. (you know how does the bacon smell, right?).

    In kindergarten - Commodore, that was like omg! And it broke too quickly. Then Win95.
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    MSDOS
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    Atari Dos & MS Dos 3.11
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    DOS, v3.0 if I am not mistaken. CPU was 8086, memory must have been 256. At the time there were also quite a few programs/games with no OS. Under floppy, boot/start program. Want to run something else? Flip switch, replace disk, flip switch back on restarting computer.
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    My first computer was C64 with BASIC interpreter and my first x86 PC was 286/16MHz (iirc) with DOS. After I switched to 386DX/40MHz I met my first graphical OS - Windows 3.1.
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    I first worked on a Win95. My first PC was win98
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    Vic 20 os
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