Started by C-Chan, August 06, 2006, 11:56:06 pm
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Quote from: "Pitkin"Yaaaay! My beloved C64-tan has made her debut, and she's wonderful! ^___^Welcome Commodore 64-tan, welcome Commodore PET-tan! You were long missed! ^_^ Finally I can find myself in the 'faction' I truly feel I belong to.
Quote from: "Darknight_88"I guess I'm too young to understand the importance of Commodore ._.guess I'll have to surf Wikipedia a few more hours
QuoteCute, they're cute. I like them.No [chibi] "anatomy" problems (even for a chibi, sometimes there can be something wrong).*Waiting for the non-chibi version*
Quote from: "C-Chan"In any case, Darknight you young'un! ^v^You know not about the legendary C64?! The most widely-purchased computer in history and the one that brought that abusive arcade game industry to its knees?!! ^o^The one computer which (with some help from Apple II) provided the first true convenient home computing experience to the masses?! One of the many noble pioneers that paved the way for your 3v1l,... *sweatdrops* er, um, I mean LOVABLE line of Windows operating systems.....?! ^___^;
QuoteNo, I didn't knew about it (well, I heard the name before). The first OS I ever used was Windows 95 (at that time I also had the oportunity to use a bit of Win3.1 in my mom's office, but not for a lot as they were being replaced by Win95, back in 1995...). At that time, 1Gb of HDD was a lot for me
Quote from: "NewYinzer"QuoteNo, I didn't knew about it (well, I heard the name before). The first OS I ever used was Windows 95 (at that time I also had the oportunity to use a bit of Win3.1 in my mom's office, but not for a lot as they were being replaced by Win95, back in 1995...). At that time, 1Gb of HDD was a lot for meWow...I started almost the same way. My mother introduced me to computers in 1991, with her 486 running Win3.0. I would get my own computer in 1995, which ran (obviously) Windows 95. I have a lot of great memories of that computer. However, it was quickly outdated, and thus was upgraded. By 2002, it was running Windows XP Home, but was still a poor performer. I got a new one in 2002, when it was impossible to upgrade the old one. It now resides in a box in my attic, nothing but a motherboard without a processor (the final upgrade was retracted and the chip was sold back).
Quote from: "C-Chan"And if you're already well-versed in the history of the Windows-OS/2 project, I needn't tell you that she harbors a bloodthirsty loathing for all Windows-tans! ^^; By comparison, it makes Mac-tan's petty little vendatta against you guys feel like a cuddly chinchilla. ^___^;