My everyday computer is a thrown together box with an old Pentium 233 (Which I overclocked to a blazing 266 :rolleyes: ) running Win2k pro, 228 megs of ram, an aging ten gig HD, 16 meg vid card, with an ancient generic Soundblaster 16 card.
But I have broadband, and can run AutoCAD 2000, MS office, Photoshop 6, etc (All bought and paid for BTW), and I have my box connected to my equally ancient stereo, so I can listen to my ancient music collection, which I uploaded to the HD.
I can even run some of these these programs at the same time, plus a web browser, and actually not really have to wait on stuff. I have maybe 10 old/gimme comps in the garage, and maybe will try to build something better/faster one of these days, but this lame box does well.
Can you beat that for your “regular” computer re lameness?