Hello and welcome to Vintage2000.org! My name is e1z0, and I'm vintage computing enthusiast located in Europe. I have created this website with the main purpose of helping anyone who owns, uses, or appreciates old computers and equipment. In a world dominated by cutting-edge technology, vintage systems hold a special place for those of us who cherish the nostalgia and unique experiences they offer.

Vintage2000.org serves as a repository of knowledge and resources for all things related to vintage computing. Recognizing the scarcity of information on vintage systems, I have taken it upon myself to collect and curate valuable software, guides, and tutorials to share with anyone who shares our passion. Whether you're a seasoned collector, a curious user, or simply intrigued by the allure of old hardware, you'll find a wealth of information and support here.

Within this website, I strive to address the various challenges faced by vintage computer enthusiasts. From troubleshooting common issues to discovering innovative ways to breathe new life into aging machines, I'll provide step-by-step instructions, tips, and insights to help you navigate the intricacies of vintage computing. With a focus on older PCs, 68k and PPC Apple Macintosh desktops and laptops, and a commitment to expanding our coverage to include handheld computers, Vintage2000.org aims to be your go-to resource for all vintage computing platforms.

In addition to software, guides, and tutorials, I also regularly update the website with articles showcasing the latest advancements in running old computers like new in the 21st century. Stay up to date with the latest developments, techniques, and software recommendations tailored specifically for vintage systems.

If you have any questions, suggestions, or simply want to connect with fellow vintage computer enthusiasts, I encourage you to reach out. You can contact me by emailing e1z0 [eta] vintage2000 [point] {org}. Additionally, join our vibrant community on the Vintage2000 IRC Channel, #vintage2000, located on libera.chat, or become part of our Telegram group.

Thank you for joining me on this exciting journey through the world of vintage computing. Together, let's preserve the legacy of these timeless machines and continue to celebrate the magic they bring to our lives.

If you are using old vintage computer to access this web site please use new url http://old.vintage2000.org (without ssl).


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