No New PC Needed: Windows 11 Runs on a 15-Year-Old Intel Pentium 4 Chip

For some reason this mockery makes me remember a certain Pentium 4 machine at work. It used to be a bench machine in the lab before other arrangements were made. I remember looking up the vintage of processor, it was a model of P4 that had sold over $500 when brand new.
For a machine that we mainly use for browser, terminal, and various operations to monitor a test system the machine was painfully and ridiculously slow. About the only time anyone will use that machine for today is when you need the floppy drive.