Rewind·Posted on Feb 14, 201728 Images Of Computers You'll Only Recognize If You Grew Up In The '90sYour entire life in the '90s and 2000s in 28 images.by Gaspar JoséEquipe BuzzFeed, Brasil FacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. The first thing you saw when you turned on the computer was this green screen. Microsoft / Via winsupersite.com 2. You checked out your emails on the late Outlook Express. Microsoft / Via guidebookgallery.org 3. When you were bored, you played around in Paint. Microsoft / Via edasuaepoca.blogspot.com.br 4. Or with WordArt when things got really desperate. Microsoft / Via homeandlearn.co.uk Great for making covers for school assignments. 5. Sometimes this guy would try to help out. Microsoft / Via edasuaepoca.blogspot.com.br Or one of these dudes: Microsoft / Via edasuaepoca.blogspot.com.br 6. You must have played Windows games like Bow and Arrow. Microsoft / Via forum.jogos.uol.com.br 7. Solitaire. Microsoft / Via ni9e.com Also known as "Patience." 8. Minesweeper. Microsoft / Via cdvagabundo.com.br 9. And even 3D Pinball. Microsoft / Via img.ibxk.com.br 10. If you went a long time without touching the computer, this screensaver would pop up. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Microsoft / Via pinterest.com 11. Or this one with the brick maze. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Microsoft / Via forum.jogos.uol.com.br 12. This one with the castaway if you were really cool. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Microsoft / Via youtube.com 13. If all you had was the 3D words, you were pretty basic. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Microsoft / Via youtube.com 14. Back then, you had to click "Autorun.exe" to start some programs. Microsoft 15. Among them, games like Doom. ID Software / Via filmesegames.com.br 16. And Age of Empires, of course. Microsoft Studios / Via agemania.com.br 17. Oh! And who could forget SimCity. Maxis / Via juegomania.org 18. During that time, console emulators gained a lot of popularity. Snes9X / Via fusoya.eludevisibility.org Like this one for the Super Nintendo. 19. And there were a lot of ROM sites back them, even though they weren't technically legal. CoolROM / Via i.ytimg.com 20. GetRight saved our lives, because it made it possible to continue downloading after the internet crashed. GetRight / Via softsupplier.com 21. And WinZip was the most used program on your machine. WinZip / Via img.brothersoft.com It's still waiting for your registration code to this very day. 22. If you wanted to listen to a song, you would open up CD Player. Microsoft / Via edasuaepoca.blogspot.com.br 23. Or download some MP3s on Napster. Napster / Via regmedia.co.uk Again, not technically legal, but did that ever stop you? 24. Or Kazaa if you were truly l33t. Kazaa / Via img.ibxk.com.br 25. Or maybe even Emule. Emule / Via superdownloads.com.br 26. You probably remember Geocities-izing webpages. Geocities-izer / Via wordpress.com 27. Or maybe creating your own page using Angelfire. Angelfire / Via webdesignshock.com 28. Oh, and floppy disks were still a thing. Microsoft / Via kb.bibleworksllc.com How we miss disk unit "(A:)." This post was translated from Portuguese.