Old school, but not the oldest school

I was introduced to computing in 1995 by a college friend. The first thing that attracted me to computers were the graphics. Being able to create and edit photos and graphics on the computer. I have always been Windows Based. I started computing on a Pentium 90MHZ Quantex with 32MB of RAM. Also with that came Windows 3.11 for Workgroups and Adobe Photoshop 3.0 with no layers!

Photoshop put the hooks in me

I started my computer “career” in 1995 at Northern Illinois  University. I got my first computer a Windows PC with Windows for Workgroups 3.11 installed on it. I got my first copied or pirated version of Adobe Photoshop v3.0 with no layers, and that did it for me. I was hooked on computers. Since then, I have kept up with every version of Adobe software, I love it. Still I use pirated software, well because I can, and I can find it and know where I can get it. So if something is free, why pay for it?