by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS 4 years ago
It seems as though every couple of years a new operating system emerges from Microsoft offering bigger and better features. More than likely these features exceed the standards of older computers creating the necessity either to upgrade your old clunker or buy something new. Eventually, the system...
by Andrew 3 years ago
What are some of the best uses for old computers and printers?Many of us have old computers and printers around the house. Some work and some don't work fully. What are some uses for these old Desktops, Laptops, and All-in-One Printers?
by DreamerMeg 12 months ago
Best children's computer for 6 - 9 year old?I am thinking of buying a child's laptop computer for Christmas for a 6 - 9 year old. I have looked at a number on Amazon and the best so far seems to be the Leap Pad version 2, it get a good rating. A number of children's computers get slated for...
by lmarsh1203 6 years ago
What can I do with broken electronics?Like lap tops, music player, phones, etc.
by arta1236 8 years ago
Have a 13 year old club car 48 volt. It has been a great car I just replaced the batteries but...the cart is running slower than it use to It still runs good just slower I was wondering if it could be brushers or something like that. I would appreciate input Thank You Art ...
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