Gee, I must me the only one here with just ONE computer!
I've had the same Dell desktop since 2005, and just upgraded from XP as Vista then Windows 7 came out. It still works fine, and since I don't share it with anyone else I don't see a need to buy a new one until it dies.
1 Windows 7 Desktop [connected to HD TV and used for entertainment]
1 laptop running Xubuntu [my main work machine]
1 XP netbook for general web browsing
1 eeeBox running Ubuntu Server, with 2 external drives for my video and music, backups etc.
I'm sure I'm not alone with having more then one computer in the house. What I'm wondering is how many different computers do you have at home? Just the actual functioning computers, not the ones that "if I had more time I'd..."
I've collected computers over the years and have to say I have a quite big collection. Mostly all parts through. Ram ranging from 32mb to 512mb. Hard drives ranging from a little over 2GB's to 250GB. CPU's ranging from 50Mhz to well over 2.2Gh/z.
Most of the cases were either damaged or worn and taken as scrape.
My current computers.
Netbook - Atom, 2GB ram, 250GB hard drive - Running CentOS with kde.
Desktop - Intel Dual Core, 4GB ram, 160GB x 2 in raid 1. Running CentOS with gnome.
Windows 7 Desktop (for gaming, rarely ever used)
Windows 7 Laptop (mostly as a dumb client)
Linux Mint HTPC
OpenBSD on UltraSparc 5 (router)
Solaris on UltraSparc 5
IRIX on SGI Indigo 2
HP-UX on HP Visualize C180
Tru64 on DEC PWS AU500
Have a pile of servers for work obviously: retired machines, test/development machines, and inventory awaiting deployment
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