>mfw my class uses Dev-C++
>mfw saw this screen today
>Our nostalgia is the daily innovational workstation of third world countries.
Is there a single visualizer in existence that is better than Milkdrop for Winamp? It's got hundreds of unique visualizations like pic related, and I think you can download plenty more. Watching them move to the music at 60fps/native fullscreen is truly a sight to behold
Oh my fucking god. Fuck you anon. Fuck you.
enjoy this bonus feel;
>sharing the half the keyboard with your friend to play two player on a single computer
Anyone sub7 here? Ah man, days of waiting for those icq messages to come through...
> playing aoe2 online; hoping everybodys gonna connect
> msn gaming zone
> downloading porn images on kazaa, limewire, bearshare, etc
> yahoo chatrooms
> de_dust2, jump and surf maps, shields
> <gb hdd
> trying to run games from msdos
> your computers going to restart in 60 seconds virus
> aol login screen, lol
I don't know about you but I just love the Windows 3.x game aesthetic.
>dat no full screen
I miss you so much
I still use it. It's fast. It's faster than "FastStone Picture viewer". I mean, it's faster than a modern program that has "fast" in its fricking name! For example, it opens 50k x 10k JPG panorama in under 1s.
Also, it opens 99% of files I stumble across, including PSD saved with compability mode. The only drawback is that It crashes on 16-bit grayscale PNGs with alpha channels (<0.1% of files on 4chan).
I hope to find something comparable soon, because it's one of the reasons why I'm not switching to Loonix yet.
>try to download a single mp3 I've been looking for with limewire and dialup
>time left 1 hour 32 minutes
>filesize 1.8 MB
>connection lost a 45 minutes
I'm glad I don't have to do this anymore.
I always wonder why people use DC with IRC now instead of using good DC clients with a DC hub, it's the same thing with better features and more importantly more stability.
Flylink user here.
It's pretty popular but they use IRC servers instead of DC hubs, those 2 are basically the same thing really but the big difference is the clients, IRC users use xdcc which is very basic, it doesn't support a lot of the features that modern DC clients have such as swarming (download from multiple peers at once) and many more.
Forté Agent. My favourite Windows Usenet agent back in the Windows 95 days when Usenet was king!
My wife's dad (80yo) still uses it for downloading porn as he knows every shortcut by muscles memory. he had a problem with it when we visited last year and was totally open with the fact all he does is download porn haha.
Oh the days.
And the laughs at retards that didn't know to set Start Y to -16 and the Height to Height+16 to move the Hypercam watermark outside the area you don't need, then simply clip it off ...
typewriter sound when you typed a message
your sshot gets bonus points for being taken on Whistler
Jezzball, Maxwell's Maniac, and Chips Challenge were my jam.
wwp was great, but for whatever reason i have a thing for armageddon
older power supplies uses a power button that was wired to mains, you press the button, and power is physically cut off
with ATX and APM standards, came power supplies that contained some logic, and always supplied a little bit of power even when "off"
this allows the machine to handle "standby" and to respond to the press of a regular button, which is what is used now as the "power" button, this is wired to the motherboard, which tells the psu when to turn on and off fully
since it's up to the mobo to control the psu, OS's can tell the mobo to turn off as well, hence when you "click shutdown", once the os has done it's thing, it can go "hey mobo, you can turn off the psu now"
>mfw messing around in dad's laptop in 1995 taught me so much.
>that time i realized taking off fullscreen mode and setting the window size to max actually renders at almost 4x the resolution of fullscreen mode (and is pretty much fullscreen, too)
it was a simple syncronization tool
iirc it went something like; you put a briefcase on a floppy disk or the like, and set it to link with one on your computer, then you can insert the floppy, and tell it to update/sync the two
>Not chilling on Mplayer and iCQ in the late 90's
Back when the internet wasn't a shit infested hole.
>OKAY take the NetZero cord, I just want to play this!