Ignatius Hall

My first computer was an Amstrad PCW, a computer with which I began to take my first steps in computing. Shortly after, a 286 came into my hands, with which I had the opportunity to test DR-DOS (IBM) and MS-DOS (Microsoft) in addition to the first versions of Windows ... The appeal that the world of computer science at the beginning of the 90s, guided my vocation for programming. I am not a person who is closed to other options, so I use both Windows and macOS on a daily basis and sporadically the occasional Linux distro. Each operating system has its good points and its bad points. None is better than another. The same happens with smartphones, neither Android is better and neither iOS is worse. They are different and since I like both operating systems, I also use them regularly.