Your Source about Computers
This page is for you, geeks, nerds - whatever you call yourself, if you are into computers, this is what this page will be. We're working on many different content-items and we hope to bring up some more content about lifehacks, computer-stuff, operating systems and also the history of many different computers. Some of them you will not even have seen during your life. For the record, what computers are today is way different to what computers were at the beginning of the history of this successful industry. There were times, when people in the industry claimed that 5 computers (yes, we mean five!) will be enough for the whole world.
Disclaimer: We are not running a cyber-cafe in the United Kingdom, this is just an informational page about cyber-cafes, computers, brands, history and of course lifehacks for computer users.
The 💾 is a major part of the computer history. This is not an icon that says "Save", this is what a computer disk looked like in the 1980s and 1990s. The "Floppy Disk" was available in different physical sizes and also in different amounts of memory. At least these floppy disks were 8 inch at the beginning and hat a few hundret kilobytes in storage capacity. Actually you would need some of these floppy disks to store a photography you create today with your smartphone. But some of these floppy disks contained the full version of software and even computer games were stored on floppy disks.
Lifehacks for Computer Users
We will also give you some lifehacks for computer users on our website. In fact you will find many differnt things you can do on your todays computer which you even did not know is possible without extra software on your computer. We have an Apple / MacIntosh section as well als a PC / Windows area here and we also have collected some really funny stuff about some of the computers which are mostly part of the computer history today and many of them are not in use anymore. Nevertheless, some of these computers of course still work and some real computer geeks are still using these computers like the really great Amiga, which was known as the "graphic wonder" in the 1980s and also the Atari ST, which was known for the great sound-capability and a dream come true for musicians. Even videoediting was possible with computers like the Amiga. They had a processor, which was developed by the guys of Motorola with a speed of 7 MHz, which is about 1/500 of the average computer processor today.
The Cybercafe is growing...
We're still working on this site and the content, but we have already done some stuff, which is really amazing. So, if you are interested in our content, use the sitemap of this page to find the stuff. And be back for even more content.
Domain for sale?
As a matter of fact, while we are working on the content, we are still offering the domain "www.cybercafe.co.uk" for sale. But it is getting more expensive every day because while we are working on the content, the domain also generates income for us and if we sell the domain, we will charge you the price based on the income we already have. So it is like an investment, you are like a shareholder of this "micro-company" when you buy the domain.