64 way back in the early '80s for Dad to track his stock portfolio, and for Mom to create flyers and raffle tickets (used a sewing machine to make perforations). Finally in about 1994, Dad's last Commodore 64 died. He made the switch to PC, and is now on his 3rd PC (a laptop). Since he is 90 now, and both he and Mom have dementia, the PC is a little too complicated. I wish that I had been able to convince my sister to just get an iPad for him. He still just uses it for his stocks, which he now tracks by hand. They used email pretty well until about 18 months ago, now I watch their email. I was a die-hard PC user until 2000, when I HAD to use a Mac for work. WOW, took only about 2 weeks to realize how difficult the PC is compared to the Mac - where everything is intuitive. Steve was an awesome person, that knew what he wanted to give the world. He will be very much missed!