Wikimedians who use a regular computer

A "regular computer" refers to a "traditional" desktop or laptop computer running a desktop operating system (such as Apple Mac OS, Microsoft Windows OS, Ubuntu Debian Linux OS, etc.) as opposed to a mobile device or tablet running a mobile operating system (such as Apple iOS, Google Android Linux OS, etc.).  The primary differences being that "traditional" or "regular" computers will typically have a larger native screen size and better default support for external hardware such as a keyboard, mouse/touchpad, joystick, etc..

Apple edit

[Parmenter] 16:13, 4 November 2005 (UTC)

[Hopkins] 21:41, 22 March 2009 (UTC)

Dell edit

Gateway edit

Hewlett-Packard edit

  • *drew
  • Anonunit
  • Vishwin60
  • Spectre x360 Convertible 15-eb1097nr, Nicole Sharp (talk) 18:07, 22 September 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]
    This is a hybrid laptop/tablet so can be used as both a "regular" computer with keyboard and mouse/touchpad as well as a handheld tablet device (but running Microsoft Windows Desktop).

Sun Microsystems edit

Custom edit

Wikipedians who build their computers themselves using components from a variety of manufacturers.

Shop assembled edit

Wikipedians that get their computer assembled by the dealer using components from different manufacturers.

Other brands (please specify) edit

  • Yath A computer has a case, a motherboard, a power supply... I thought this was just a page to say "I hate laptops and PDAs". I couldn't care less if the thing was home assembled or gently pieced together by Intel-monks.
  • Muzammil