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..
[Parmenter] 16:13, 4 November 2005 (UTC)
[Hopkins] 21:41, 22 March 2009 (UTC)
- Project2501a O2 R10K, Onyx 2 :D (<3 dot Com boom!)
Sun Microsystems edit
- Project2501a Spark 20
Wikipedians who build their computers themselves using components from a variety of manufacturers.
- Allan Javier Aguilar Castillo
- Gurmeet S. Kochar
- Jonathan Penny
- Mike Storm
- Moheen Reeyad
- Project2501a nVidia SLI with 2 6800Ultras <3
- Liface - Newegg rocks.
- Ricky Setiawan - Spent my entire last paycheck from my previous job to build a custom computer. Totally worth it.
- Sesel (not personally)
- Zidane2k1 Always been custom since 1999
Shop assembled edit
Wikipedians that get their computer assembled by the dealer using components from different manufacturers.