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Re: Origin or Steam

Make sure if you buy it from steam that the game doesn't want to launch through origin anyway! I tend to buy EA games on Origin to avoid having both launchers running. Either are "fine" to use. They work, they don't crash, they don't spam notifications. If anything, Origin is a bit "lite"-er than …

Re: Retro confessions. What are yours?

I've got a new one - for years I've lamented only having 8GB CF cards, after my few small capacity HDDs failed and I didn't want to spend more money on a drive that could also fail any time. 8GB isn't very much space on a fast Windows 98 system! But then years later (today) I remembered I can limit …

Re: If we were to accept 15 years ago as retro....

Core 2 duo is not retro for me. I use it for retro gaming a lot but it's just too good and easy to use to be retro! The ps360 are also not retro - the games are very online, dlc filled, update requiring, live service bloated consoles from about 2010 onwaeds. The PS2 and Dreamcast can be 100% used …

Re: Do you keep your retro rigs offline?

My XP and up are online, for the convenience of accessing GOG games and various utilities etc. Browsing the net is a bit of a pain on P4s etc but doable. Right now I am downloading Fallout 3 from GOG at ~6MB/s (max speed of the adapter) to test out of a 2x 2.8GHz Gallatin with Hypertension system …

Re: What old software do you still use daily ?

I still use Microsoft Office 2000 as my main word processing and spreadsheet software. From a copy of my original disk I got with a PC in 1999 I think. It may be ancient but it does everything I need it to. I use Office 365 on my work laptop for Work which is undoubtedly better but 2000 is still …

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