Electro-computer

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In the world of technology, fonts are a crucial part of creating a visual experience for users. From the earliest days of computing, fonts have played a significant role in shaping the way we interact with computers. Just like how handwriting can be a reflection of one's personality and style, fonts add a unique touch to the digital world. One of the most iconic fonts in the history of computing is the one used in old computers. This font, known as the Fixedsys font, was introduced in the 1980s and was the standard font for many operating systems, including DOS and Windows. Its simple yet blocky design gave off a retro, futuristic feel that was popular during that time. The Fixedsys font was also commonly used in early video games and software, making it a symbol of nostalgia for many technology enthusiasts. Despite its limitations, such as not having lowercase letters, the Fixedsys font had a significant impact on the evolution of typography in computing. It paved the way for other fonts to be created and used in modern computers, allowing for more creativity and expression in design. As technology continues to advance, it's essential to remember the humble beginnings of fonts and appreciate the role they play in our digital world, just like how the Fixedsys font will always have a special place in the hearts of old computer users.

**VERSIONS**

1.0 - Initial

**COMING SOON**

2.0 - Foamemes and shidinn

3.0 - Shidinn extensions

4.0 - Lycian and old italic

5.0 - More cadexian and Meyziko

6.0 - Unused Armenian and hebrew

7.0 - Chit'de and spantty

8.0 - Emoji

9.0 - Karmeli and Latin abkhaz

10.0 - Lowercase unifon and OBZ

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