But look on the bright side, my first computer was a ZX64 and then an Amstrad CPC464, who could forget the noises coming from the tape casette as your program loaded in only 9 minutes ! (never had a commodore 64 though
Experimented with B.A.S.I.C (Beginners All purpose Symbolic Instruction Code) and then spent some time with DOS and later with windows 3.1 on a 386 and then a 486.
Later I meant business; I got a P100 with 8Meg's of RAM, a 4MB graphics card, soundblaster 16, 4X CD ROM and a 1 Gig hard drive....Oh and windows 95
And here I am still fiddling with the bloody things
My point is that no matter what it is, it can never be fast enough or powerfull enough
Learning all the time.