At what age, you bros started operating computers?

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    • At what age, you bros started operating computers?

      If you don't remember because, you were a little kid, then ask your siblings or parents. :)

      My mom tells me that when I was 4 Months old, I used to enter my brother's computer password and delete his stuff :P So, at that time, I came to know that why do I have a pure interest in Computers and Technologies.

      And, be specific (if you want to) about, how it all happened.

      Enjoy!
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    • As far back as I can remember. My dad always used to work with computers, so he tried to teach me a lot. I first learned to type my name on some racing game. I'm grateful, as I learned tons of stuff and discovered the internet, but this was not so nice when at one point I became a NEET shut in, especially since because I spent literally all day every day on the computer I developed lots of posture problems and I have to deal with them now. Not only were there posture problems, but I was also very socially retarded, and it took me a long while to be able to properly hold a conversation, and I still can't deal with females.
      Moral of the story: Don't do computers, kids.
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    • We had (and still have) a windows 95, that we would mess around with (the dial up was horrible) and I was about 6 or 7. Now, I'm thirteen and we know have windows 7, and I'm more interested in computer technology then I ever was before.
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    • Zarah wrote:

      As far back as I can remember. My dad always used to work with computers, so he tried to teach me a lot. I first learned to type my name on some racing game. I'm grateful, as I learned tons of stuff and discovered the internet, but this was not so nice when at one point I became a NEET shut in, especially since because I spent literally all day every day on the computer I developed lots of posture problems and I have to deal with them now. Not only were there posture problems, but I was also very socially retarded, and it took me a long while to be able to properly hold a conversation, and I still can't deal with females.
      Moral of the story: Don't do computers, kids.
      Im sorry how computers actually affected your life. But, the moral should be more like "Don't do computers 'too much' kids" because, there is a limit of being constant at something. I understand how did you felt about the computers and had intrest in them that you couldn't get off of 'em. But one should always be interactive with the real world too :)
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    • I never said it only had negative effects on me, like I said I learned a ton of new things and it actually saved my ass a lot. But you're right. All things in life should be moderate anyway.
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      Make it (ง •̀_•́)ง better
      Do it ᕦ༼ຈل͜ຈ༽ᕤ faster
      Raise your ヽ༼ຈل͜ຈ༽ノ dongers