Well I was giving this some thought, and even though I joined TechSpot a little while ago and have already posted in several areas and even made some friends, I thought maybe introductions would be the polite and customary thing to do. First off my in forum name is Zen, real name is Aaron. I live on the outskirts of the greater Sacramento California area. I am a single Father, with 50/50 custody of my 16 year old Son, who stays with me from time to time. I've been divorced for about 2 years now and am loving every minute of it. I have a A.A. college degree in basic computer sciences. I am scholastically certified in computer builds and repair, network setup and support, software installation and peripheral support. I was able to secure my Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer or MCSE in the Windows 2000 Professional systems back in 2001/2002. Maybe my MCSE in Windows 2000 based systems is what drove me to be so manic and chronically obsessed with the Windows XP Professional Operating System! Which well over a decade later I'm still using today and am loving every minute of it! For the most part I live alone, just me and my Son's 3 fish in his room and my two cats that adult male is named Smokey and the little female kitten is named Isis and one tropical turtle named Ziggy! I love doing all sorts of stuff, like enjoying the periodic company of the lady's, I like taking long walks, enjoy reading books that deal with my spiritual education, I like watching TV and DVD movies and I very much enjoy being on any one of my three computers in the house. I am lucky to be so blessed with three systems, My primary system is an old Dell Dimension 5100c. My next system is a 2-3 year old Toshiba x205 dual SLi lap top. And my final system has been converted to a "in home server" and that being an old Dell Dimension 3000! Also I am chronically obsessive about my car, I love that thing! It's not much compared today's modern vehicles. It is an 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix GT 2 door sports coupe. It color is electric cobalt blue and has a modest set of chrome custom rims on it. I installed a custom Kenwood stereo system in it about 2 years back, I think the tech guys who installed it said that I'm playing with close to 1000 watts of power inside the car. Also for a modest monthly fee I had a Chevrolet Dealership install their "On-star" system about 1-2 years back. And the last "goodie" I got for the car was about 6-7 months back and that was a GPS system, I love it, I can go to the manufacture web site and choose from a verity of voices for the unit, I picked a hot sounding young woman, she tells me where to drive in a hot young sexy voice! Well I think that does it for giving everyone out there a little taste of what I'm all about. I have very much enjoyed my stay here on TechSpot and I'm hoping that my stay will be a long one, were talking years.......hopefully! Thank you to all that have through either "private messaging" or on the forums, who have introduced themselves to me, I really appreciate it!