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How old is the computer you're using now?

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6 months or less 10% 4 Votes
6 months to a year 15% 6 Votes
under 2 years 20% 8 Votes
over two years 56% 23 Votes

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41 Votes Total

Aug 17, 2013

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turboshaft (24) Over two--hell, almost twice that this summer--but it's a desktop and still pretty upgradable.

Thanks in part to sites like this, and knowing my own browsing and downloading history, I'll probably have to take the hard drives to my grave though, or at least to someplace like in the end of Terminator 2. :-0

08-17-13  01:37am

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gaypornolover (38) I think it's about 2.5 years old. It's a laptop and probably coming towards the end of its life but I love it - I was a bargain and has served me well.

I am also reluctant to get a new one as my current one came with Windows 7, which I am very happy with, and I don't like the sound of Windows 8 at all.

08-17-13  03:06am

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graymane (31) Dell Desk top.
I'd guess it's now well over 5 years old.
Replaced Vista operating system with the series 7 home premium.
Should'a stayed with Vista.

08-17-13  04:11am

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Jay G (65) REPLY TO #2 - gaypornolover :

I love my Windows 7 laptop, also, and when I'm tempted to get a new one I hold back because Windows 8 still has a bad reputation
08-17-13  06:16am

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pat362 (371) I first picked under two years but I changed my vote because I'm pretty sure that it's now closer to 3 or even 4. I know that I had to buy a new one when I bought Win7 because it would not run on my old computer.
08-17-13  07:59am

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Zoomer (0) I put this one together 6-7 years ago and it's still going ok (asus p5b deluxe and intel core2duo e6600 cpu).

My other computer is even older, built way back in 2000 but still works ok if a tad on the slow side.

08-17-13  08:37am

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Cybertoad (104)
2.8 quad-core with 8gigram and 4gig video card.
Its a 5 year old computer and was upgraded with bigger powersupply and other stuff. still plenty fast for me.

08-17-13  01:49pm

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Monahan (42) 2008 Toshiba laptop with XP. Works fine. No need to change.
08-17-13  10:23pm

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RagingBuddhist (65) The tower is almost 15 years old. The guts have been changed 4 times - the last time was about 3 years ago.
08-18-13  12:09pm

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RagingBuddhist (65) REPLY TO #8 - Monahan :

Glad to see someone else who subscribes to "If it ain't broke, don't fix it". I was pissed when I found out I couldn't get a motherboard with W2K drivers, but XP works just fine for me too.
08-18-13  12:11pm

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rearadmiral (330) REPLY TO #4 - Jay G :

I thought the same thing and tried to find a computer with Windows 7 when I had to buy a new one, but nothing was available. Windows 8 does have some drawbacks but I can assure you that it is nowhere near as bad as what so many are saying. I skip the new-look Windows start screen with the big tiles by clicking the tile that takes me to a more traditional, Windows 7-looking, desktop. From there, things are pretty much the same as the old way. There is still no 'start' button, but I got over that pretty quickly.

Dell and Microsoft commissioned a "Windows 8 for Dummies" book in pdf form that is available on the 'net for free. You do have to register but I had no issue after registering. That book shows a lot of useful tips and took away a lot of the worries that I had. Those worries, as fueled by complaints online, were really unwarranted.

Don't let Windows 8 prevent you from buying a new computer or laptop.

08-18-13  05:58pm

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Jay G (65) REPLY TO #11 - rearadmiral :

Thanks a million for the information. I remember Vista and other operating systems that were not compatible with so many of my programs and saved data that I had from earlier computers. I am always afraid to repeat that horrible experience with a new computer that only works with "new" programs.

Thanks!

08-19-13  04:15am

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RLane (16) My laptop is about 1yr and few months old.
08-19-13  09:55am

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rearadmiral (330) REPLY TO #12 - Jay G :

Do a Google search for the pdf manual I suggested and give it a quick read. I suspect that will give you a good idea of the changes in the software and how easy it is to adapt. I'm not tech savvy and I had no trouble adapting from XP, which was a big leap forward.
08-19-13  05:53pm

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marcdc1 (165) I was lucky in a few of the $200 Tuesdays. I then used some of that for a nice new Macbook.
09-10-13  03:27pm

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qvtta (0) Shitty HP laptop 3-4 years old and my gaming rig is 4-5 years old. Both i use for porn also.
09-14-13  05:06am

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