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Four Tips for Donating a Computer
Dec01

Four Tips for Donating a Computer

How to donate or recycle your used equipment Your old computer might have some life left in it, however dropping it off at your favorite nonprofit, charity, or library might not be the best way to pass it on. I will help you learn about the environmentally smartest options in this article. As companies, nonprofits, charities, libraries, and individuals find reasons to upgrade their computers, the problem of how to safely discard used...

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The Decline Of Home Broadband Internet Adoption
Nov01

The Decline Of Home Broadband Internet Adoption

Broadband internet adoption in the United States has experienced a modest decline in recent years, falling from 70% in 2013 to 67% in 2015 according to figures that compare a recent survey sample of 6,010 adults. These changes in home broadband internet adoption are concentrated among lower- to middle-income households, rural households and African Americans. There has also been a drop in home broadband internet adoption among parents...

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HOW TO CHOOSE AN AFFORDABLE LAPTOP TO FIT YOUR NEEDS FOR SCHOOL
Sep01

HOW TO CHOOSE AN AFFORDABLE LAPTOP TO FIT YOUR NEEDS FOR SCHOOL

It’s about that time where you will find tech deals just about every place you look and school is hard enough without worrying about which laptop to buy. For anyone shopping for a new system, the choices can seem overwhelming. With so many models, options and specifications to consider, you may feel like you need to sign up for Laptop 101. Bargain back-to-school laptops exist for a reason: Not everybody can afford a $2,000 laptop. To...

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Smart Home
Jun01

Smart Home

By Willie Brakes The average American home is about to get a major intelligence boost. From thermostats that know when you’ll arrive and automatically switch on the air conditioning or heat to smart door locks that can be set to open only for a housekeeper, it’s all part of the so called Internet of Things, IOT for short, that promises to make our lives easier. Typically, smart or wired home automation systems cost thousands of...

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Spring Cleaning Your PC
Apr01

Spring Cleaning Your PC

Your computer can help you do some amazing things, but at its core, it’s a machine. And like many machines, it might now be performing properly, because it is not well maintained. A spring-cleaning can help your computer run faster and allow you to work more productively. Many computer users do not understand why their computer is so slow and continually crashing. Whether your computer is suffering from a clocked up fan or an...

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Microsoft Office 2016 – What’s Different and What’s New?
Mar01

Microsoft Office 2016 – What’s Different and What’s New?

The 2016 version of Microsoft’s productivity suite includes features for easier collaboration and sharing. Excel gets a boost in power, Outlook streamlines everyday tasks, and most applications help you find the command you need.   The latest version of Microsoft Office includes many new productivity, collaboration, and data analysis features.   Here are just a few of the top new features that I like.   Work...

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