|Contribution Rating:||1581 (ranked 322nd; 21 in last year)|
|Member Since||Dec 21, 2013|
|# Messages Posted:||24|
|About myself:||You probably know me as the 90s gaming and computing fanatic who is a total archivist. As such, this is the perfect site for me.|
To be more specific, I have loved computers since the beginning of my life. I first used one when I was only two years old in 1997 and have been into it ever since. In later years I started getting intrigued with hardware, and I started gaining an immense interest in the history of computing. This has subsequently led to a hobby in vintage computing, though I have yet to be making enough money to start a collection.
My favorite era of computing is the 90s, and I have a strong attachment to edutainment games of that decade. I do occasionally play modern games as well, but I am far more proud of my disc-based game collection than anything. At one point in my life I favored console games, but I have since lost track of that industry and now only focus on the computer side.
I am the kind of person who must archive and back up everything, hence the reason I am so active on this site. I truly can't bear the thought that something will be lost forever. I actively scan covers and take screenshots to make sure gaming history will be preserved on this site.
Over My Dead Body
- IBM PC / Compatible -- 486 DX4, Windows 95, first computer I ever used, although it's in a dying state.
- IBM PC / Compatible -- HP OmniBook 800CT, a Pentium 166 Windows 95. Still working perfectly.
- IBM PC / Compatible -- Dell Latitude LS PP01S, Pentium III, Windows 2000. I rarely use this one because of its terrible GPU.
- IBM PC / Compatible -- HP Pavilion a1250n, Athlon 64 X2, Windows XP. Working, but only halfway.
- IBM PC / Compatible -- Gateway DX4870 UB318, Core i5, Windows 8.1. My main computer.
- IBM PC / Compatible -- Toshiba Satellite S55-B5289, Core i7, Windows 10. Laptop for college work.
- Nintendo Wii
- Sony PlayStation 2