Félix Albertos Marco

I had my first my computer in 1996. It was an IBM clone, with a Pentium 100, 16Mb RAM, 1Mb video (S3 Trio 64), which was upgraded to 2Mb, and no sound.

That was the year when games like Quake, Diablo and Duke Nukem 3D were released. GUI interfaces were in continuous development. They reach consumers mainly thanks to the popularity of Windows 95.

Since then, I have worked to understand how computers work and, lately, to understand how users use computers.

I love Teaching and, luckily, I’m getting paid for it!

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