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Hi again!

Postby jmarkk » 07 Dec 2014, 16:59

I figured I might as well re-introduce myself as the last time I was on here was over two years ago haha

I'm Mark, 20, back in Florida now. I work in tech-support for a certain fruit-based technology company. I'm also a pretty avid PC gamer.

As for my computer:
CPU: AMD FX-4350 Quad-Core Processor @ 4.2GHz
Video: HIS R9 270X with 2Gb onboard
Ram: 8Gb corsair vengance series
OS: windows 7 professional (64-bit)
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Re: Hi again!

Postby Cpt. Blackbeard » 07 Dec 2014, 18:31

Welcome (back) Mark! When I was 20 there were no PCs or games, well, Telstar might have been out by then :)

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Re: Hi again!

Postby KomputerKid » 08 Dec 2014, 02:26

[quote="Cpt. Blackbeard"]Welcome (back) Mark! When I was 20 there were no PCs or games, well, Telstar might have been out by then :)[/quote]
Welcome back. I never had net you but it's nice to see some people return!
Any problems drop me a pm.

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Re: Hi again!

Postby AVenger » 08 Dec 2014, 15:43

Hello, jmarkk!

Welcome to Tech-Squad forums!

That's a pretty nice rig. Are you planning on upgrading the OS anytime soon?


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Re: Hi again!

Postby jmarkk » 10 Dec 2014, 00:55

Thanks!

I've been looking at windows 10 and I really like the way it looks. I use a Mac at work and the multiple desktop configurations operates similarly to Apple's Mission Control, which is a really helpful feature when you have large workloads spread across multiple apps. I also like the idea of creating a start menu that combines the feel of windows 7 with windows 8.
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