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  1.    19 Jul 2015 #111

    baumgrenze said: View Post
    I can't resist sharing that the 2012 Leaf replaced my 30-year-old 1982 Isuzu diesel long-bed P'up. It had but 83,300 miles on it and brought $3,700. eBay suggests that my 1985 PC's Limited "Dell" desktop wouldn't have retained its value in a similar fashion after 30 years.
    Not to take things too far off topic, but you can't compare the price you paid for it 30 years ago with the price it's worth today. Inflation has made the original price much greater in todays dollars.

    I don't know what you paid for it, but lets say it was $10,000. In 2015 dollars, that would be almost $25,000. So $3000 is not anywhere near as great a value as you might think.
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    Dual boot Windows 10 FCU Pro x 64 & current Insider 10 Pro
       19 Jul 2015 #112

    linw said: View Post
    Well said, Hippsie. Nice post.
    Thank you. Very kind of you. :)
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    Vista HP 32 and Seven HP 64
       19 Jul 2015 #113

    Delicieuxz said: View Post

    -Once Windows 10 is officially out, I look forward to using a Vista skin pack with Windows 10, maybe using a start menu modification, and disabling web results from the searchbox.
    Does the Vista skin pack also give you the Aero look? I'm looking forward to W10, but I will really miss Aero. Aesthetics are important to me.
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