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Wednesday, 24 February 2021  |  Steve Collett

When we hear the word “refurbished”, we often associate it with “used” and “questionable quality”. However, today’s refurbished items can give you an impressive value for the money. Electronics don’t have moving parts and as long as they are kept cool and clean, computer parts often last a long time. This can make buying a refurbished computer over a new one a good idea.

Friday, 16 October 2020  |  Steve Collett

If you have performed a reinstallation or reset of Windows 10 then you may find you have some missing hardware drivers, for example, your graphic card or chipset.

Friday, 16 October 2020  |  Steve Collett

If your computer is running rather sluggish, for example, slow at booting up, programs taking too long to execute or in the worst-case scenario it does not boot up at all, this does not always indicate a hardware issue. On most occasions the issue is software related caused but not limited to the following:

- Failed Windows Update

- An incompatible hardware driver

- A recent hardware change

- Incompatible Software

- User error (for example not shutting down the PC correctly)


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