5 Things we miss about Old-school Computing

4 12 2007


5 Things We Miss About Old-School Computing

Emru Townsend

I miss quick start ups, and small programs.

“We zip along at gigahertz speed, not megahertz. We store gigabytes instead of kilobytes. Going strictly by the numbers, we’re living in a computing paradise compared with 20 or 30 years ago, when the personal-computer revolution was just beginning. But there are a few things from the old days that we still cherish…”

1. More RAM Than You Can Handle
2. Easy, Registry-Free Tweaks
3. Software That Goes With You
4. Lightning-Fast Startups
5. A Virus? What’s That?

(From PC World)

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