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Win 8, 30 years since the home computer revolution

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    Win 8, 30 years since the home computer revolution


    Who could have imagined over even the last ten years that the PC, a business device, would be welcomed with such open arms into the home. That huge sections of our living rooms and spare bedrooms would be devoted to huge beige, then black, boxes.
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    http://windows8news.com/2009/10/10/w...er-revolution/

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMH View Post
    Nice post. cute puppy too
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    Not much to talk about YET so I agree. Here Here
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Win 8, 30 years since the home computer revolution

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