Share your computers!


#21

the real question is , why all the 3 computers is from HP :stuck_out_tongue:


#22

Looks like he does office work. :stuck_out_tongue:


#23

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. :stuck_out_tongue:


#24

is my office room in my house :blush:


#25

My profession demands it


#26

HP is a great PC Manufacturer keekkk


#27

now make sense the fact that all your pcs are HP , hp make business laptops/desktops


#28

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.


#29

the only thing that i have from hp is a printer nothing more , my pcs are from LG , Lenovo , Dell and apple


#30

i love LENOVO too :heart_eyes:


#31

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. :stuck_out_tongue:


#32

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.


#33

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. :stuck_out_tongue:


#34

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.


#35

Well then, I guess my father had the smarts to enable the Office Assistant feature. :stuck_out_tongue:


#36

yeah , them you close any microsoft office 2000 app clippy transforms in a bicycle and exit from the screen


#37

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)


#38

a pretty laptop with a good processor and with windows vista installed … I NEED THIS


#39

gotcha

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Lenovo-Thinkpad-W520-Intel-Core-i7-2760QM-8GB-RAM-500-GB-HDD/123125626460?hash=item1caadbf65c:g:odIAAOSwfLxbBF3I&autorefresh=true


#40

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. :stuck_out_tongue: