I doubt anyone is suggesting blinking LEDs actually cause the problem (dear God, I hope not).
The LEDs can make the people imagine that there are "harmful electromagnetic waves" present. Thus, the LEDs would actually cause the problem, but mentally.
Solution: make devices with just a simple power LED in concealment somewhere back of the device, or allow the blinking LEDs to be toggled on/off.
We forget now, but it packed an astonishing amount of stuff into just 4mb of RAM (8mb recommended). If someone produced it today in some kind of hackathon it'd be praised as a wonder of tightly written code. They even optimised it by making sure the dots in the clock didn't blink, as the animation would have increased the memory usage of the OS!
What the heck are you talking about.
You needed at least 32 MB to not lose your mental sanity, and Windows 95 is one of the most bloated monsters in the history of computer software.
Where is this classic ALT-xxx functionality handled, BTW?
OS, BIOS, KB controller?
As long as you type fast enough for your needs, who cares? I've known a couple of two finger typists who were plenty fast.
Yeah, but it looks kind of amateurish. It's like eating with chopsticks so that you hold one stick with left hand and the other one with right hand.
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