Carol Anne asks

Do you use a computer? If so is it a windows machine, or an apple mac?

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

16 thoughts on “Carol Anne asks”

  1. Oh my, I’m going to look like a real geek here. I have seven computers. Three Windows, four Linux, no Macs. I have a Windows and a Linux machine at my desk, where I am now, another Windows machine on my workbench for use with my electronic test equipment, a Linux machine for gaming (Retropie)(Karla uses that more than I do), a Windows machine connected to the big TV in the living room for watching YouTube, Netflix, and Disney Plus, and two Linux servers for running backups of the other machines, and various other servery type stuff. Karla has a computer too, plus she uses some of mine at times.


      1. I started out with a PC and struggled with it for a few years until my son persuaded me to get a Mac — so much easier and more intuitive, important qualities for those of us who tend to be technology impaired. I have never looked back.


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