My old computer worked okay. I mean; I could get online to check e-mail and update my webpage fairly well. Sometimes it would freeze up or kick me offline, and it was far too slow already to work with dial-up internet service. I would often get mad because of how fragile it was. The fragility involved is due mainly to some drunk quack/hack computer tech who came up with the idea of having memory and video sharing space on such a small hard drive. Additionally, it was fragile because so much gunk had collected in the already-too-small hard drive. There were duplicate files taking space, and other files that needed updates. Also, I'd created my own problem of storing files all over the place--not keeping them orderly. But since my brilliant girlfriend had created the FTP to directly load up my webpage, I had an okay computer that did above-average computing.
Enter 2-2004: Everyone agrees that I need to upgrade my computer. I got a discount on my new computer because of a gift certificate that my excellent girlfriend gave me. In the beginning, everything was falling into place very well. In fact, the external components fit together like they were meant to be. Then there were some minor complications with the "finishing" process, because the old unit needed some specialized attention. But after a few extra days of "fixing", my new computer is now better than the old one, with far above-average computing again. And it was completed in early March. Life is good.
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