15 Ways To Tell You Grew Up In The ‘90s

Ahh, the tech frustrations of ’90s children. From burning discs to downloading music, thank goodness the times have changed.

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5. Floppy Disks

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7. Payphones

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9. VHS

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Much of the technology of yesteryear is admittedly laughable, but luckily there’s no need to live in the past. You can get your hands on the future of online communication right now! Outlook.com is a preview of a free, modern email service from Microsoft. It’s clean and clutter free and connects to your Facebook and Twitter accounts so your address book is always up to date and your conversations are richer with photos, status updates and Tweets. Outlook.com also gives you 7GB of free cloud storage via SkyDrive plus the ability to view, create and collaborate on Microsoft Office documents. Try it now at Outlook.com

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