Hey there from the NorthEast
So I don't know who needs a full history here so I'll be brief. High school senior been fascinated by computers since i was about 8 started taking them apart and fixing them my sophomore year, built my first computer my junior year *rip ruby* I'm planning on going off to college to get my associates degree in Computer IT System Specialist, fancy smancy degree for saying I can set up and repair most computer systems and I have basic network upkeep and setup knowledge, I will be minoring in early and middle child education and will be continuing on to my masters degree in either Science or Social Studies Education with a focus on Economics/Business Management or General Environmental Science with a possible duel enrollment for my associates degree in Business Management or Human Resource Management So I can go and start my computer repair/hobbiest workshop business.
I've worked on and used every type of operating system, I know the basic information on all the newest devices on the market *normally from first hand experience* I've fixed enough computers in the last year between friends, family, and even my school, that I have managed to get very good at mentally trouble shooting the issues of computers. But like everyone else I'm here to see if I can learn anything new and along the way if I can help someone else I'd love to