...what does one buy TODAY.......to stick in a drawer......?
It was the highest price ever paid for a video game, according to Heritage Auctions, which held the auction on Friday.
A few weeks ago, I found myself watching a Youtube video of someone giving a demonstration of a classic MS-DOS 5.x system (I guess from 1991)I had a circa 87 college edition of Word Perfect. Rans on two 5.25" floppies, and still sealed in plastic. I guess I should not have tossed it when paring down a few years ago.
You didn't get the right person. I have 7 years. Maybe it was RetiredGuy?Wait for RetiredPeasant (I believe I got the right person on this) to respond as he got 33 years of tax returns (physical copies). If that's not vintage (to him of course), then I don't know what is.
I remember my first 386, with a 40 meg hard drive.I couldn't afford a disk drive as a high-school student. Nor a C64 for that matter.
I had a VIC-20 with a cassette tape drive.