My first PC was the Packard-Bell family computer that we bought in 1989. I used it for writing stories on Word Perfect, and for my school's MathLab floppy diskette when I took a math class in 1990. It didn't even have a CD drive, just a floppy A:\ drive and a hard drive.
Then a few years later we got another Packard Bell from my sister that was exactly the same as this PC, only it had a CD-ROM drive, plus the other stuff. I used to play Star Wars Rebel Assault, SW Rebel Assault 2, SW Dark Forces, Where in the USA is Carmen Sandiego, Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego, and, b/c I hated cold weather so much (as well as having to shovel snow off our front walk) I tried to melt all the snow and make spring/summer come (in January/February) by playing and beating my kid nephew's game, Super Solvers Treasure MathStorm. This was so much fun I decided to have a go with another of this nephew's games - SS Treasure Cove, but I abandoned it when I received my very first PC game - Alien Breed in March/April 1995, followed by SW Rebel Assault in August of that year.
Then, in 1998 I received 2 PC's of my very own - a new Packard-Bell (this was a tower, unlike the first 2 PC's which had cases upon which the CRT monitor sat) and a CTX (tower) PC that ran windows 95.
After this it was onto several more PC's, a Dell Dimension 8200 desktop tower in 2001, a HP Compaq Presario X6000 laptop in 2005, a MacBook Pro in 2009, and a Asus Eee PC netbook in 2010.