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    • Steam still does this
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    • Try downloading an update to an immensely popular game on steam in the first 30 minutes after it drops. “Game will be ready to launch in 390 years and 2 seconds”
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    • Everyone saying "steam downloads..." has no clue. There's no anxiety with minimizing steam and waiting. There's no risk of a complete system crash that would involve formatting the disk you were using because you got balzy and opened solitaire or minesweeper.
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    • And you didn’t have a smartphone either, you actually had to go DO something lol
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    • PorkSword 15 aug
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    • My dog is dreaming about being top comment and beating lewd pictures from getting it
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    • I used to watch the paper flying into the file thinking it was actual data
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    • My friend once got the infinity symbol on one of his downloads. Good times
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    • Steam:
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    • Steam gives me negitive numbers (like -26e442737452 seconds left)
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    • Me trying to download “hentai survive island” on steam
      Bsih 16 aug
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    • if you do the math, assuming it kept that pace (which of course it wouldn't), it'd only take like 10 and a half hours :)
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    • I remember playing this one game on a floppy disc. Where it was like hovercrafts or something and the second level had a sewer. I can’t remember what game it was I was so damn little.
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    • Shut the fuck up TUMBLR USER
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    • I’m 16...i remember this.....y’all ain’t that old
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    • Steam and other installers do this. You're not unique
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    • Bruh..
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    • Meanwhile steam: “ready to launch in 1457 years and 14 seconds”
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    • Saw a guys ping In siege hit like 125439 ping
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    • content not available more
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    • Who still remembers receiving trial dialup offers in the mail?
      yolochair a month
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    • How do you know that computer isn’t actually a time machine?
      OverAnalyst a month
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    • My war thunder update displayed an infinite sign once.
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    • This still happens to me.
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    • Omg it's like modern times on steam!
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    • At one point when updating a steam game, steam estimated “over a decade”
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    • Once it counted down from 27 secs on steam, but when it hit 3, it paused for a sec then said '13 years, 4 hours and 26 secs'
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    • One time I was updating war thunder cuz I hadn't touched it in years and at one point the eta literally said infinity
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    • *cries in steam downloads/updates*
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    • New way to punish kids: Dial up mode when you kids are misbehaving set the WiFi to Dial up mode for their devices and every time they try and connect to the Internet it plays the dial up tone and I'm talking about early to mid 90s dial up the really slow shit
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    • Someone sat in an office and fucking programmed windows to consider time in “years” when it got too long
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    • Oh god the fucking piece of paper flying from the earth into the folder holy shit
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    • I’ve got windows xp in 2019. life is pain.
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    • I got up to 2300 years on steam
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    • ...you know we still download things right?
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    • Dude I was just happy watching the paper fly into the folder thinking they were actually pages of code
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    • This isn't even a "slowed down" transfer. My downloads used to max out at 2.7 kbs on Napster. I'd set 6 or 7 songs to download and go to school, hoping they'd all be done when i got home.
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    • I’m a kid “these days” and this still happens. This was last week. :
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    • I know this feeling. Back in the early 2000s, i used to play a game called battlezone 2. For that game there was a 110mb addon/mod to the game, called forgotten enemies.. took almost 2 days. To make shit worse, the pc with the game couldnt get on the internet. this was in the time of the floppy disk
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    • 39 years doesn't take long, guys. It's actually faster than 10 years.
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    • I find it funny that they actually programmed a year long download time though. Probably so it wouldn’t overflow and crash
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    • I once had a download that never started downloading and the estimate time just kept going up in years
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    • Does anyone still remember dial up internet?
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    • Once I was downloading some stuff and it said “23 minutes” and I was happy. I came back 23 minutes later and it said “137 years”. It actually finished the next morning.
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    • Installing read dead redemption 2
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    • Windows 7 better than 10
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    • Well if you have Hughesnet then nothing has changed.
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    • noons obviously never have used steam before
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    • Tried downloading fnaf 3 on steam... took over 40 years and then dropped to 10 minutes
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    • Steam still does this.... I literally had a download that said it’d take over 2000 years to download.... seems legit
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    • Thanks Steam........for having shitty download servers
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    • Steam was telling me it would take a whole year to download a DLC
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    • I just went to download a game on the PS4 and it told me the estimated time was 99+ years. It got done in like, 7 minutes
      KindledOne a month
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    • just asking: is this area 51 thing still gonna happen? I‘d be sad to not see stupid kids getting arrested at best for memes
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    • I remember that page flying across the window into the folder. Ugh
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    • I’m 15 and know this shit is hell on earth
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    • Lol i used mac
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    • My upload is .5 mbs and my download is .7 mbs yes I ducking know the struggle.
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    • 39 years and it’s halfway done damn that download is 78 years long
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    • Trying to download a game at night on xbox and it saying 10% the next morning that's happened to me a few times before
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    • It still does this
      HeyItsKit 18 aug
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    • It makes that estimation based on the transfer speed in that exact moment. It has no way of accurately guessing the fluctuations so, it doesn't
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    • That what happens when your cache runs out, or you keep hitting Sprint not letting your stamina build back up
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    • I remember one time Dad was downloading something and it slowed to the point of like 190 years plus and I just looked at him in despair like WHY because I was about to finally win an Oregon Trail game instead of dying halfway through.
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    • almost as bad as waiting for a Siege match
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    • Bro I grew up on 56k just pics of some titties took minutes to render, 30 min movie took all day to download and it would usually have to come in parts. You had to have patience and planning back then.
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    • Y’all seen kids these days we’ll never know I feel like my grandma didn’t have that computer and I didn’t play games on it and yes I downloaded the games and they did take that long
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    • Also giving your computer a.i.ds with limewire
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    • Welcome to the wonderful world of network and processor traffic, and TCP/IP which has no freaking idea how to measure it so it goes based on the speed from moment to moment lol
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    • God I remember having to deal with the long loading times as a kid. Used to use an old computer all the time
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    • This is called "Microsoft Minutes" and it's an actual term. Although its not as bad as back then, sadly Microsoft still doesn't have an accurate estimation of time.
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    • Downloading 1 song in 1998
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    • Fuck dial up, I’m only 17 almost 18 and I remember dial up, it was fucking awful. Slow asf, no one could use the phone or whoever on the computer is fucked, dial up noise was god awful, and my computer always ate discs. But I would trade those memories for anything.
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    • Lmao xbox does this now
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    • Hence, why rick rolling became a thing. An oh so terrible and yet beautiful thing
      Stormfang 16 aug
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    • ItS StiLl ArOUnD, people actually think that today’s tech troubles are the same as back then... clowns
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    • Once my husband had a random glitch where he hit super crazy download speed and it downloaded like 6 full games in an instant. He had a screen shot of it too but that old toaster is gone
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    • The classic era
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    • Update your shit
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    • Small town internet still on this shit sometimes
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    • Who says my download speed doesnt still do this?
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    • playstation does this somtimetimes
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    • Ps4...
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    • Steam does this but it caps at “over a year”
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    • I did this yesterday
      CockAss 16 aug
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    • I understand this
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    • Notice it’s megabytes that’s being transferred. Average jpeg picture with 15 mp is 1.8 megabytes. That’s 100 pictures being transferred and it’s estimated to take 39 years. I don’t miss those days
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    • I had a dream I was some sort of rogue bandit in a Star Wars universe but I had a Kar98 and I was getting headshots constantly on every stormtrooper I saw. Was pretty awesome
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    • Kids understand that still cuz if you have a shit connection then steam downloads and updates will do that
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    • My friend had a game downloading an update on steam that went up to 46 years. It's just when the internet has a weird super low point the estimates for downloading try to match it regardless.
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    • This opened up some great memories. Ah the internet was so pure back then
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    • “Kids these days” are still able to experience this you old fucks. Long ass computer updates still happen.
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    • "not Windows" XD
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    • iMovie whilst rendering a 10+ minute video
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    • Imagine thinking that this still doesnt happen
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    • Nobody likes you, spiletta42
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    • 4.6 kb/s
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