Are you a child of the '60s, '70s, '80s or '90s? Your computer use history has the answers
It’s always nice to take the occasional stroll down memory lane, reminiscing over past experiences and the things you used to like or grew up with.
Our first computers, or game consoles, are usually something of an important milestone in our lives as we discover the possibilities they offer. I had my first computer at the very start of the 1980s, and even to this day I share a slight bond with other users of the same system, due to that shared experience.
When you grew up, where you lived, and when you first got into computers, will define the system you first used and it might be the same as your peers, or something entirely different.
WhoIsHostingThis.com has put together an infographic that will tell you if you’re a child of the '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, or '00s, based on your computer history. It’s a broad brush picture, naturally, but it offers a fun look back in time, with mentions of CompuServe, Apple II, and, er, Teddy Ruxpin.
What decade were you a child of?