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Now to download and Install Coffee Talk for free on your PC you have to follow below-given steps. If there is a problem then you can comment down below in the comment section we will love to help you on this.
- First, you have to download Coffee Talk on your PC. You can find the download button at the top of the post.
- Now the download page will open. There you have to log in.Once you login the download process will start automatically.
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- Now if you want to watch the game Installation video and Troubleshooting tutorial then head over to the next section.
TROUBLESHOOTING Coffee Talk Download
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Coffee Talk Review, Walkthrough, and Gameplay
Greetings and welcome to Coffee Talk game download, where we’re taking a look at hardware and software that is odd, forgotten, and obsolete. Like this right here, this is the Avon Beauty Vision Computer from the Coffee Talk igg games. It’s very red but it’s all packed up in this thing here. And it comes with this that you’re supposed to… this is… just, this is weird, let’s take a look at it.
This is the Avon Beauty Vision Personal Color Computer, released in 1988 or thereabouts. And it may look like a suitcase but check this out. Yeah, man. Not only does it provide the vision for your beauty but you get a proper Coffee Talk ocean of games PC-compatible computer inside capable of running MS-DOS. I didn’t even know this existed until I was browsing eBay one late night a year or two ago, just looking for old laptops and other weird tech crap to cover on Coffee Talk torrent. And then I saw this thing show up and I had to have it. It only cost me 50 bucks to grab this brand new unit but as for what it cost originally in 1988, I have no clue. Because unlike most things that I cover on Coffee Talk PC download this was not sold directly to consumers.
But instead was used by representatives of Avon Products to recommend and sell cosmetics. And for any of the uninitiated among you, a key part of Avon’s business model, then and now, is to advertise and sell its beauty, household, and personal care products through multi-level marketing.
Anyway in the late Coffee Talk fitgirl repack that typically meant that a so-called “Avon Lady” would set a time in place for an event, often at someone’s home or at a public meeting space of some kind, and then potential customers would gather in one spot to have the representative demonstrate a bunch of creams and serums and all that kind of stuff before pressuring everyone to buy a bunch of things because the rep needs that sweet Avon money. And yeah there’s recruitment involved and a whole bunch of other things about Avon’s business practices we’re not gonna go into here, we’re just gonna talk about the Beauty Vision Computer.
And really the whole idea behind this was to enhance the appeal of these direct sales meetings by saying “hey look, it’s the Coffee Talk fitgirl repack and we’ve got a computer!” And for a few years, they were pushing this thing quite a bit, especially in magazines like Cosmopolitan, Ebony, Savvy, pretty much anywhere that you might find a potential Avon customer. Like this January 1989 issue of Good Housekeeping. Forgive the visual quality here, this was printed out on a less than brand-new microfiche machine. This little tidbit right here and many others like it were found in all kinds of magazines, saying stuff like “what can the latest computer know-how do for you? Beautiful things! Consider Avon’s Beauty Vision system which, via a unique color analyzer, scientifically reads your skin tone to find out which makeup shades look best on your face.
And it’s free to use! With a 5 dollar makeup purchase.” So yeah, while I don’t know how much the actual whole unit itself cost, it apparently cost five bucks to get your face blasted with light. So the way that the Beauty Vision Computer worked, supposedly, is that it made use of an optical skin tone analyzer, which is this unnervingly medical-looking handheld device right here. Now you’re supposed to point the business end of this at your face and it’ll flash your skin with a bright light to provide a computerized analysis of your skin tone. Seems legit. It then sends whatever it’s gathered in terms of information to the built-in computer here. Which as far as I can tell is a modified Toshiba Coffee Talk skidrow laptop from 1987. They’ve pretty much just put it in a new case and covered up the function key row with this plastic barrier on top. And yeah, once you’ve done the skin tone analyzer functionality thing it’ll then print out a list of suggested cosmetics and apparel and all sorts of other stuff through the built-in thermal printer back here, which is one like you’d find on a cash register’s receipt printer.
Coffee Talk download, I love how gimmicky this is! Anyway, let’s take a look at the rest of the machine because you get a bunch of stuff in here. Like this comprehensive color swatch backing on the lid of the unit showing all the potential Avon options, it might recommend to you based on your skin tone. And it’s divided up into four categories: cool, warm, ultra warm, and ultra-cool. And then you get the very glossy Avon Beauty Vision Operations Card, which provides a guide to operations on a card. And it also happens to hide the software for the computer underneath on a 720-kilobyte three-and-a-half inch floppy disk.
The card folds out to reveal all the information that you really need, mostly how to turn it on, print stuff out, and troubleshoot basic problems like jammed paper. It doesn’t really need much more than this seeing as the software itself holds your hand through pretty much every step of the process, which we’ll see in just a moment. And speaking of the software this is it right here on this disk! It just inserts on the right-hand side down here right next to the ‘gamma-ray gun’ and some ventilation slots.