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Shopping Tips for Buying a Refurbished Computer

Posted by Mike Hurt on Nov 27, 2018 3:10:00 PM

We all need up-to-date computers for our professional and personal lives, but buying new can be incredibly expensive. With just a little research, you can buy a refurbished computer that will not only save you hundreds of dollars but can also be more reliable than a new one. 

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Topics: computer repair, computer recycling

Should I Buy a Mac or Windows-Based Computer?

Posted by Mike Hurt on Sep 5, 2016 10:30:00 AM


If it’s time to buy a new desktop or laptop personal computer (PC), one of the most basic decisions you will have to make is whether to choose a Mac or a computer with a Windows-based operating system. Each of these systems has advantages and disadvantages; neither is objectively “better,” but one might fit your needs better than the other. You should take a look at some of the differences between them to decide which seems more compatible and then head to a trusted vendor to let you “test drive” your choice before you buy.


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Topics: buying guides, computer recycling

Should I Recycle My Computer?

Posted by Mike Hurt on Mar 24, 2015 12:00:00 AM

Electronic waste like computers, cell phones, and other home electronics represents just 2% of America’s trash but accounts for more than 70% of its toxic waste. This “e-waste” is becoming a significant global problem, contributing to pollution in ecosystems and water supplies. Dumping e-waste into regular garbage collection facilities and landfills contributes to this significant problem. As a result, almost half of U.S. states now have laws requiring authorized disposal or recycling of electronics waste. One significant step to combat this problem is computer recycling.


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Topics: computer recycling, computer maintenance