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RE: If you have already seen this - or are not a windows user- hit de...

Anyone remember punch cards, computers that took up an entire room with
magnet tapes to store info..... Yipes, we have come a long way!

At work we still have Unix based systems... but after 12 hours of
databases and command lines.... I appreciate the point and click of
windows :)


> Auralie,
> Since I got my start with Windows (though I did get a chance to
> DOS) I've always been comfortable with it.  Besides, I think I am a
> graphic oriented person.  I just don't like everything hidden from me
> because the program writer thinks it'll scare me or something.

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