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MSFX Moderator says

a very very very old IBM with Windows 3.1 that my dad built was my first :)

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Australia says

a very very very old IBM with Windows 3.1 that my dad built was my first :)

So you were a DOS ser too ;)

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Sonicbyte says

Commodore 64…but in my school I use a texas instruments computer with logo ! :)

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Graphic-Studio Moderator says

Paid 100.00 for it.

Sold it for 100.00 1 year later!

That was in 1996

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Massfocus says

Somewhere around 1994 or so.. good thing they stopped with the concept of having the cpu built in the keyboard, would be tearing my hairs out after every coffee i spill :D

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theflyingtinman says

Luxury .. I only had the 328 ( 1986 ) ...

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And at fist I had no storage medium so I wrote all my programs out on paper (in BASIC or Assember) then when I wanted to run them I had to type them in again!

After a couple of months I acquired a cassette tape drive for storing my programs (there was no disk drive available at first). It was almost faster to type them in than store and load them from cassette tape!

Went straight from that to a DOS PC ( 8088 ) with a 4.7 MHz CPU about 256 kb of ram, dual 5 1/4” floppy drives (no hard drive) and monochrome monitor :)

something like this:

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aRtlessX says

Powermac 6100/60, about 15y ago or so. 8mb ram, 250mb hdd, cd-rom, 60mhz, 15’’ apple monitor, Os 7.5.

Just to thing that it was supposed to be a rocket back then with those specs…LMAO. Oh man, its price was like giving 10K today, seriously an arm and a leg back then. Still got it, actually sitting close to me in the room right now, looking like new :grin: And in full working condition. Not that I use it ofcourse lol

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Artorius says

My parents bought my first computer, back in 1998. It was a AMD K6 -2 333MHz, 4 GB HDD , 32 MB RAM with a 14” screen. What great days those were! :)

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phantasmagoria says

in 1989, i had a commodore 64. Turkey was a bit behind to catch up with the computer technology.

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bitfade says

nobody had a MSX ? mine was a VG8020

i learned a lot with that machine….too bad it broke some years ago

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