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Are you this old?

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  • 13
    That's not even old, there are still people who have seen both world wars.
  • 9
    Windows XP isn't even 20 years old yet. I used Windows 95 as a kid and I don't really consider myself old.
  • 2
    I WAS SO LITTLE I HAD A TRUE ONE AND A "COOL" ONE WITH A SKATER.
  • 13
    Not even close to ageing
  • 5
    I used win3.11, xp is still microsofts newer versions of windows
  • 5
    Agists agists everywhere.
  • 9
    I was old then
  • 1
    @Demolishun the real mvp.
  • 7
    I have ignored computers for a long time but then i got a C64 and the most GUI thing on that was
    Graphic Environment Operating System.
  • 10
    All you young’uns need to learn some respect
  • 1
    @nibor Is that MS-DOS 6.22 or PC-DOS?
  • 1
    @Demolishun looks great except that date format
  • 1
    @Oktokolo OMG GEOS! I remember that.

    Graphic
    Environment
    Operating
    System

    Right?
  • 5
    I am literally 18 and have used XP for years. It ain't that old.
  • 6
    Bitch please
  • 0
    @JustThat
    Yep. And it was actually a good OS with a nice GUI for its time.
    But the C64 was way underpowered for that kind of OS. Painting wasn't much fun. WYSIWYG desktop publishing had a lot of micro (and occasionally macro) freezes...

    Arcade games and jump'n runs where what really ran best on that hardware.
    And the SID audio synthesizer chip is still used (most often emulated) by some die-hard chiptune artists today...
  • 0
    @boombodies
    That only counts, if you actually used it.
  • 1
    @Oktokolo Yeah I wish the cynthcart had been available when I was a kid

    https://youtube.com/watch/...
  • 4
    True story, the first time in school we wrote a program, it looked like this.

    The cards were then shipped off to the local council offices, where they were run, we got the results back about a week later
  • 6
    Oh please, this is how I used to browse files and get to games on my computer, and Im not even 30 yet
  • 0
    @bittersweet
    Yes, LukHash makes good music and the SID still sounds good.
  • 1
    3.11 was my first one.
  • 3
    Dude I'm 50 I learned to code in BASIC on a RadioShack TSR-80. We stored our programs on a freaking music cassette. We had modem cradles for holding the handset of the phone.
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