Wabbah is a BetaWiki user that has been around since 18 July 2021.

You can know how I go crazy when I see a new build pop up in the Windows 11 article.

Specs[edit | edit source]

Device Processor Memory and storage OS Notes
Dell Inspiron 3181 Intel Celeron (processor number unknown for right now) 4GB RAM?


Chrome OS 94.0.4606.38
The Gaming Laptop (MSI Raider) Intel Core i7 8750H 16GB RAM


Windows 10 21H1 Copy of Windows broken by deleting system files, will install Windows 11 on it on October 5.
The M1 iMac Apple M1 8GB RAM


macOS Big Sur build 20G95
The Alienware Intel Core i7-10700F 16GB RAM

512GB ROM + 1TB HDD + 960GB SSD

Windows 10 21H1
The ASUS Intel Core M3 Unknown Chrome OS (version unknown) The display has been dismantled and the battery is literally broken as when I unplug it, it turns off.
The Acer Chromebook Intel Celeron N4000? TBD Chrome OS 93? Trackpad is broken, speakers sound distorted on occasion.
The HP (a.k.a 2004 PC in a 2019 Case) AMD Ryzen 3 8GB RAM


Windows 10 20H2 Freaking slow by 5400RPM hard disk.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

Did you know...

  • ...that I party every time an new Windows 11 build has been released, and more excited when the OS releases?
  • ...that my main Windows PC is a gaming PC with a RTX 2080 SUPER GPU?
  • ...that I have an YouTube account that focuses on custom Windows themes and beta Windows versions called WatermelonAvacado?
  • ... that I mostly use the source editor because I am now used to it?

My favorite Windows builds (in bullet text)[edit | edit source]

  • Windows 10 build 17763 - It's the best Win10 build. The glorious commotion of tiles on the start menu, the UX looking so lively unlike newer versions, and more! The only problem is that bug fiasco users had with this build.
  • Windows 8 build 7973 (fbl core1 kernel npc) - I like this build only because of the branch it was compiled in.

Why I am a high-quality editor[edit | edit source]

  1. I make demo screenshots (almost) without custom graphics, unlike Caveria.
  2. I know how to use most of the MediaWiki features, and make high-quality edits also.

BetaWiki status[edit | edit source]

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