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1) Where do you use your PC?
in my office, on a table, next to the window which is currently

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2) How many people use this PC?
hopefully just me

3) How often do you use it?
min. of 12 hours a day

4) What do you use the PC for?
internet surfing, e-mails, designing, as a radio,as a cd player.

5) How old is your PC?
1.5 years

6) Do you have an internet connection?
If so, what kind?

DSL broadband

7) If you could talk to your PC, what would you tell it?
Or anything else you’d like to add?

what do you mean, if i COULD talk to it….. it speaks fluidly german and english and i permanently tell it to f*** off

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