Have you heard of the transputer? Probably not. But in the mid 1980s, many people in computer science thought it was going to be “the future computer,” including one of my computer science professors at the University of Waterloo.
And it's the UNIX that eventually became macOS and iOS.
I can't think of the Pentium without thinking of this bug ;-)
The AS/400 was perhaps the most stable and useful system of the early 1990s. Many companies ran their financials (at minimum) on this platform.
It's the best way.
This question dates back to the early 1990s. Yes, you can like both Apple Macs and Windows PCs, but there must be one that you like a bit more than the other, and the answer is widely considered a reflection on your personality.
This is exactly what an upgrade is supposed to be.
In Muskoka with an old PowerBook, like a luddite.
Older and unusual hardware has a second life as a thin client with Linux!
Do theories of evolution apply to computers? Well....