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Reply 220 of 238, by Intel486dx33

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Diamond - “World leaders in Windows Acceleration”
ATI- “Perfecting the PC”

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Reply 221 of 238, by creepingnet

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"Hello. Now Compaq insists that I tell you about their new 386 computer which they say is the most advanced computer ever made. But they're still sticking to this cock-an-bull story about it being made out of three-hundred and eighty six chips and thirty two bits of a bus! Well frankly I this is not credible, it's an insult to your intelligence, if I were you I would not watch this commercial! (sniff)...in fact I'll switch over for you (moves to strange Oktoberfest dancing).......(pans to Compaq logo & Phone#) The new Compaq 3-8-6, chips busses, and compatibility!".
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Reply 222 of 238, by Intel486dx33

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Western Digital hard drives - "Accept only the finest"

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Reply 223 of 238, by Caluser2000

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Intel486dx33 wrote on 2021-02-02, 15:29:
Apple Macintosh - “The Power to be your best”. […]
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Apple Macintosh - “The Power to be your best”.

This slogan is so true.
There is something about using an Apple product that gives you confidence that you have chosen the best tool for the job.
Its like a Mechanic or Construction worker or doctor choosing there tools for their occupation..

You just know you have chosen a good reliable tool when you chose an Apple.
Its like having a BIG tools box with a bunch of tiny computers in it.
And you go for the Apple. Its like using a Snap-on tool.
They are expensive but you know you have a very good tool and it gives you confidence.

Aaaah NO.

The plastic on those were made of recycled used condoms.

There's a glitch in the matrix.
A founding member of the 286 appreciation society.
Apparently 32-bit is dead and nobody likes P4s.
Of course, as always, I'm open to correction...😉

Reply 224 of 238, by Jo22

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Caluser2000 wrote on 2021-06-13, 07:16:
Intel486dx33 wrote on 2021-02-02, 15:29:
Apple Macintosh - “The Power to be your best”. […]
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Apple Macintosh - “The Power to be your best”.

This slogan is so true.
There is something about using an Apple product that gives you confidence that you have chosen the best tool for the job.
Its like a Mechanic or Construction worker or doctor choosing there tools for their occupation..

You just know you have chosen a good reliable tool when you chose an Apple.
Its like having a BIG tools box with a bunch of tiny computers in it.
And you go for the Apple. Its like using a Snap-on tool.
They are expensive but you know you have a very good tool and it gives you confidence.

Aaaah NO.

The plastic on those were made of recycled used condoms.

"They WERE expensive but you KNEW you have a very good tool and it GAVE you confidence."

The Apple II and the Apple Lisa were quality computers with good build quality.
So was the cut-version, the Macintosh.

When it was new, it allowed many things not possible with other personal computers at the time.
It introduced the mouse, 3.5" floppies, easy to use networking etc when other users still used datasettes, 5,25" or 8" floppies or had to type down listings from magazines.
🙄

But yeah, frim 2010 onwards, after the transition to intel platform things went down hill. The earlier PowerMacs were easy to maintenance, though. Opening a G3 Blue/White, a G4 or a G5 tower was very easy and user-friendly. Required no tools, at all.

Edit: The joke.. Now I get it, haha. 😂

"Time, it seems, doesn't flow. For some it's fast, for some it's slow.
In what to one race is no time at all, another race can rise and fall..." - The Minstrel

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Reply 225 of 238, by Intel486dx33

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emachnes - "This computer is Never Obsolete"

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Reply 226 of 238, by Intel486dx33

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Number 9 - “Unparalleled Windows NT/95/98 performance”

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Reply 227 of 238, by Jo22

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"Linux is the best Operating System I have ever seen" - A. Einstein

"Time, it seems, doesn't flow. For some it's fast, for some it's slow.
In what to one race is no time at all, another race can rise and fall..." - The Minstrel

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Reply 228 of 238, by Caluser2000

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OS/2 Warp:
Now it's easier to do more

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There's a glitch in the matrix.
A founding member of the 286 appreciation society.
Apparently 32-bit is dead and nobody likes P4s.
Of course, as always, I'm open to correction...😉

Reply 229 of 238, by Intel486dx33

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Everex - “3-in-one-special”

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Reply 232 of 238, by Intel486dx33

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McAfee - “Total Protection for your PC”
Nortons - “Automatic virus removal”
Nortons Antivirus - “Protect yourself”

From my experience in QA testing McAfee did a better job of detecting and removing viruses back in 1990’s
Maybe thats why Intel purchased the company.
But they all work pretty good today because they share a virus definition database.

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Reply 236 of 238, by Intel486dx33

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Intel - “The Computer Inside”

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Reply 237 of 238, by Intel486dx33

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Mitac- “When reliability is a decisive factor”.

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