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User Info: bouchart

bouchart
3 years ago#71
DOS
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User Info: Quetzalma

Quetzalma
3 years ago#72
Windows 95 was the first

User Info: Shin_Gallon

Shin_Gallon
3 years ago#73
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User Info: betatech

betatech
3 years ago#74
Family PC- DOS/Win 3.11.
Personal PC- Windows 98.
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User Info: Master_Bass

Master_Bass
3 years ago#75
Szymaa posted...
Windows 95.
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User Info: Rev0lver0celot

Rev0lver0celot
3 years ago#76
So I remember us owning a Hewlett Packard that had may windows 2.0 on it. (I know it wasn't 3.1)

Also at school in kindergarten we had apple II's
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User Info: purplelink27

purplelink27
3 years ago#77
windows 98 although i knew people with W95
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User Info: chuparon

chuparon
3 years ago#78
windows 3.1
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User Info: Infini22

Infini22
3 years ago#79
Win 95.

User Info: Rodzidan

Rodzidan
3 years ago#80
DOS was the first
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