Since I'm a computer science student and truly enjoy mucking around
with computers and computer programs, I thought it appropriate to
devote a section of my site to computery things. So there's a section about
my computer (because that's kind of important
to me -- and a sizeable investment). For my convenience and to be genuinely
usefull I've put up links to some general computer web
pages relating to both hardware, software, and other stuff. There
are brief descriptions of subjects within computer science
that interest me. And I've provided a link back to
Internet Utilities (not that this computer is networked)
Other Useful Programs
- Microsoft Office 6 for Windows
- Microsoft Works 3
freeware zip and unzip utilities for Linux and NT.
- LaTeX implementations
running under Linux and NT.
- The Programmer's
File Editor is a freeware text editor that runs under NT.
and Ghostview, freeware programs running under OS/2, NT, and Linux
that allow me to view PostScript and Adobe Acrobat files.
IrfanView32 is an excellent freeware image viewer.
- Dell Dimension XPS P100C
- 32 Megabytes of RAM
- Intel Pentium 100
- Altec Lansing ACS-31 speakers and subwoofer
- 15 inch Dell VS15X Color Monitor
- #9GXE Video Card (with S3 Trio64 chip and 2MB DRAM)
Fireball 1008 MB IDE hard drive
- Seagate 2113MB IDE hard drive
4x CD-ROM drive
- Soundblaster 16 sound card
- 3.5 inch floppy drive
- 14.4 Dell Modem
- 3Com EC-509 ethernet card
for my own enjoyment and edification (and most likely for work)
for the same exact reasons
for my research
pages for the whole world to see.
- Preparing presentations
- Writing reports and notes
- Accumulating and maintaining addresses and phone numbers
- Monitoring my budget
Civilization runs under NT and OS/2.
- Various versions of Tetris, Freecell, Minesweeper and the like run
under OS/2, Linux, and NT.
I've actually paid for my copy of the shareware game Exile III from