At the risk of getting to know myself (I will actually eliminate this risk – I'm 36 years old), I remember when the 3.5-inch floppy disks looked extreme, and eight megabytes of video game looked like a software giant.
I grew up with personal computers – the Intel 386 I started with, and then 486, and oh, baby, things got crazy when we got the Pentium – and for reasons I can not remember now, I've neglected Apple products.
During high school and college, I stayed with the computer, going through several desktops and laptops, and obliviously copying all the old files (whether or not necessary) with the purchase of each new device.
Then my wife started using Macbook. The Asus laptop I owned at that time still had a few years of work but it will be the last computer I've bought.
Why did it go from an Apple computer? Because, frankly, I'm not that big about computers, and Macs are easier to use.
This is just one reason why I'm glad I made the key, but that's a good starting point. So let's get started here.