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OPEN SOURCE. PROGRAMMING. Motherboard_City_Big.jpg (Image JPEG, 1279x830 pixels) Operating Systems. Tech Support: "May I ask what operating system you are running today?

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"Customer: "A computer. " A girl walked into the computer center where I work. She said she was having problems with her Mac. I asked what kind of Mac she had. In an indignant voice, she replied, "Duh, Intosh. " Tech Support: "What operating system are you running? After conferring with her husband, it turned out she owned a Macintosh with System 8.1.

Tech Support: "What version of Windows are you running? " A kid in my class joined a conversation I was having about older computers. Him: "I have the oldest Windows ever at my house. Tech Support: "What operating system do you run? " Tech Support: "Do you know what operating system you're on? " Customer: "I don't use DOS. One time I had to walk a Windows 95 user through a particular procedure. Me: "First you need to open DOS-prompt. My Friend: "I just installed Windows 98. " My Friend: "What's your operating system? " Friend: "I heard about this thing called 'Linux'. " DESK & OFFICE GADGETS. Awesome things about Korea: Holy Lightning Speed Internet, Batman! By Heather Bucurel Nothing makes me happier than to be able to sit at my computer and stream YouTube and Hulu videos in half the time it took at home.

Awesome things about Korea: Holy Lightning Speed Internet, Batman!

(Of course, if I used too much bandwidth at the house, my dad would complain and eventually shut off the router.) If I download songs, apps, or movies from iTunes they finish at breakneck speeds. South Korea is home to the fastest broadband connection in the world, with Internet speeds of around 14.58Mbps. Compare that to the US, which runs at 3.88Mbps. It’s no wonder I felt like a snail on my computer at home! Not only does it have the fastest connection, but Korea also has a great amount of wireless networks spread across the country. I must confess though, that I’m considering upgrading in the fall to a contract IPhone 4G through SHOW, for a few reasons: So why not just put that all into one neat package? - The internet clipboard.