REPLY POST to: how old is your computer
I have no idea. I couldn't find the Master Boot discs. It has no form of registration attached. I would guess approximately 3 years old. It's on Windows XP SP2 and has a Pentium R4 CPU 1.8GHz, 1.8GHz, 512MG of RAM. I would like to let you know that I just finished casting my vote for CNET.com in the Webby Awards, and say thanks for the priviledge of browsing your site. I haven't much of an education in computers, but after using some of the software I was introduced to. and studing what, and how, the programs work, I've advanced quite a bit. Computer technology can be a challenging field, and I've become quite fascinated with it. I've researched several form of education being offered, but most are merely focused on the individual applications of one individual program. That could easily be done by reading the FAQ sections, viewing any offered tutorials and/or manuals. When logging in I noticed that CNET offers some form of computer education. I'll try to remember to view your section, or maybe someone could compose a curriculum, and email it to me. That is, firstname.lastname@example.org . Well, off to play poker, and once again, thanks your help, and support. Yours truly, Roger Desroches , my slow season at work is coming up, and I'll try to dedicate more time to a constructive hobby, rather than laying on a beach and getting drunk.
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