I remember the days when you sat at a terminal typing away commands that were almost unintelligible to a great lump of very hot computer that occupied the floorspace of a typical MacDonalds. You then fed it instructions in Fortran that you had laboriously typed into a card punching device. An enormous mechanical printer would then start up at about 100 dB and produce results ... that you probably did not want. Then revise the code and so on. All a bit hit and miss as debuggers were not terribly user-friendly.
So I'm quite happy. I've forgotten almost of the Assembler, CP/M and DOS that I ever knew and I am content to let Windows get on with it. I get my fixes by writing code in VBA for Excel, simply because there is no inbuilt function. And because I am a frustrated would-be programmer!