the real question is , why all the 3 computers is from HP
Looks like he does office work.
LOL I was planning to build a desktop from parts and have a multi-monitor setup if time and money allows me. Would be better than choosing from the millions of OEM PCs with possible bloatware. Plus, would make some room for potential gaming.
is my office room in my house
My profession demands it
HP is a great PC Manufacturer
now make sense the fact that all your pcs are HP , hp make business laptops/desktops
I actually have about 5 HP computers in my house and 2 HP printers. Not all of them are mine though. We quite like HP for some reason.
the only thing that i have from hp is a printer nothing more , my pcs are from LG , Lenovo , Dell and apple
i love LENOVO too
I have a Dell laptop and an HP printer (it used to be a Brother, and before then, another HP printer, and before that, a Lexmark printer).
In terms of other laptops, I had a Toshiba with 8.1 on it around 2013-2015, but after a while, the network stopped working on it.
In terms of desktops, I used to use an eMachines desktop with Windows 7 I bought around 2011, beforehand a Compaq desktop with XP that originally had 9x installed. But the Compaq ran its course around 2011, with its CRT monitor’s RGB cables acting up around a year later, and the eMachines is a bit old and contains a bunch of bloatware, plus the Samsung LCD monitor I used to replace the CRT started to have its own RGB cable issues later on.
Back in the early 2000s my family had this big fat white LG desktop that my mother said was “PC of the Year 2002”. I have fond and very specific memories of it, like remembering that Internet Explorer 6 updated and changed it’s look, and watching my mother use Word 2000 on it with Clippy. We put it into storage for a couple of years and something happened to it in there that made it stop working.
Our next computer was a HP Windows Vista laptop, that started off the trend of owning HP products in my house. Currently I use a HP laptop and printer, plus I also have a Windows 8.1 tablet made by HP that I don’t use as often. My tablet is nice but the screen is really too small for Windows, plus it only has 1GB of RAM. Everybody else in my family uses a HP laptop, and that old Windows Vista PC is still lying around unused. It still works but it’s really buggy. I tried to use my USB hard drive to get files off of it but I couldn’t because it crashed trying to get the drivers for it.
I do remember when I was younger, my father was using Word 2003 with Clippy on it, specifically wearing those headphones. I also remember seeing one of my teachers in my elementary school classroom on one of the school computers with Word open, and guess what?
Clippy was at the bottom-right corner.
I also have a memory of Clippy turning into a bicycle or something and rolling away when you closed Word. To be honest I never understood the hate for him, but that’s probably because I don’t really have much experience with him. On our second computer we had Office 2003, and he never came up again.
Well then, I guess my father had the smarts to enable the Office Assistant feature.
yeah , them you close any microsoft office 2000 app clippy transforms in a bicycle and exit from the screen
Well, mine’s a Lenovo ThinkPad W520 (aka a big black brick with another huge 170W power brick):
(maybe the photos aren’t in order and are huge)
a pretty laptop with a good processor and with windows vista installed … I NEED THIS
That also reminds me…
My father got an old laptop from one of his coworkers to aid me in getting back on a computer a while after my Toshiba laptop was not connecting to the Internet, and from examining the specs, it had Vista on it. I tried to boot it up and charge it, but to no avail. Later on, I found out that its motherboard was fried, and I had to go back to the eMachines desktop, which was fine and all. But I almost got a chance to try out Vista, which bombed.