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How many hours do you spend on your computer everyday?

Discussion in 'General Computing' started by kreso93, Mar 26, 2012.

  1. kreso93

    kreso93 Guest

    So how much really?



    I spend between 4-8 hours, but it really depends on how much work I have to do and so on.
     
  2. Victor Leigh

    Victor Leigh Guest

    4-8 hours? Then you are a very light user. I usually play WoW longer than that everyday. 4-8 hours would be about the amount of time I spend making money online.
     
  3. Krymzn

    Krymzn Guest

    Way to many! Can that be an answer?
     
  4. kreso93

    kreso93 Guest

    Wow man, that sounds too much. You should really cut back on it.
     
  5. Remp

    Remp Guest

    4-8 hours on me too :p It depends on the day and work I have... I really like going out too so that's why I don't spend more time with it, although I'd have things to do... :)
     
  6. enhu

    enhu Guest

    I spend almost 10 hours a day. this is what I do most of the time. I wake up, eat and then on my computer for some time and then go to the gym, play badminton. and go home again and once again infront of the computer. :D
     
  7. wjack2010

    wjack2010 Guest

    I will normally spend around 3-4 hours, sometimes longer if it's a holiday or the weekend, as I would have more time to do different things, it just comes down to the workload that I need to complete.
     
  8. Krymzn

    Krymzn Guest

    Work certainly affects my usage, as well as my parents's mood :) LOL
     
  9. dale

    dale Guest

    ~12 h a day. Can't do much at work without computer. :)
     
  10. brainard52

    brainard52 Guest

    If my Android counts to the total, I'll spend probably seven or eight a day.

    Sent from the R800x (CM9) that I wish were an Ubuntu Android.
     
  11. lanlanlangzi

    lanlanlangzi Guest

    I will normally spend 10--12 hours a day , I can't work without computer . Could you tell me what's the mean of LOL?:D
     
  12. Anon-sama

    Anon-sama Guest

    Same here. But on days when I have classes at the uni, I spend around ~5-6 hours.
     
  13. DaReaper

    DaReaper Guest

    I sit around 5-6 hours, but i never sit all the time.. i usually go out for a drink and leave my PC on and then get back to watch some Shows and work with my server and photoshop.

    It's best not to sit for long, you'll have issues with your back as you grow up.
     
  14. It would be easier to count the hours a day that I am NOT on my PC. I spend almost all of my waking hours connected to a digital device of one type or another. When I am not on my PC, I am on my smartphone, and when I am not using it, I am watching television through my Mythbox. All in all, I probably spend 16-20 hours a day connected in one way or another.
     
  15. I spend a really long time on the computer daily, maybe about 5-6 hours, but it also depends. If I'm busy with work, then it may be a lot less, but usually around 5-6 hours is in the complete norm.
     
  16. brainard52

    brainard52 Guest

    LOL means laugh out loud.
     
  17. DrakenV

    DrakenV Guest

    I usually spend about 4-6 hours on the computer daily! I can't live without the internet, haha.
     
  18. Pandorical

    Pandorical Guest

    I spend about 4-5, maybe 6 hours a day, never more. dale, how can you spend that long on a computer all day?!?
     
  19. On days where I do not see anyone, I spend practically my whole day on it. I do not know how else to entertain myself haha. I have been on for like 12 hours today. What can I say? There is a lot on the world wide web to keep me entertained :). And I am addicted to facebook.
     
  20. dale

    dale Guest

    A day at work takes me up to ~8 hours easily, then a bit more when I get home. :) I try to live healthy during the weekends, but I still need it for writing and gaming.
     

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