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How to Choose Between SSD & HDD?

Attribute  HDD (Hard Disk Drive) SSD (Solid State Drive) Capacity Typically around 320GB and 2TB maximum for notebook size drives; 10TB max for desktops Typically not larger than 1TB for notebook size drives; 4TB max for desktops Operating System Boot Time Around 30-40 seconds average bootup time Around 10-13 seconds average bootup time File Copy / Write Speed The range...

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Improve Computer Performance

Easy and Efficient Method to Delete the Temporary Files to boost the PC speed and Performance: Let’s do it in steps:  Step 1:  Personal computer with Windows 8.1 or later, get all the available applications on your computer by right-click or tap and hold on the START button and then choose the RUN which is a desktop app. STEP 2: Open the RUN app and start...

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Buy a Refurbished PC From a MAR

A Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher (MAR) is a company taking part in an official Microsoft program for licensing Windows and other software on refurbished computers. - A refurbished PC purchased through a Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher gives you anaffordable system that is pre-installed with genuine Microsoft software.With a broad range of applications available to you, such as Office, you can be productive in...

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How to find your Windows product key?

When you start your computer for the first time you will be asked to type in your 25 digit product key.Windows product key is usually on a multicolored, Microsoft-branded sticker on your PC case or underside of the laptop casing .     This license key works only with Microsoft Windows for Refurbished PCs. It will not work with Microsoft...

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Setting Up Windows 10 for the First Time

This document contains information about setting up your computer and configuring Windows 10 for the first time. To set up your new computer, unpack the computer, turn it on, and then complete the Windows 10 setup process. Setting up Windows 10 Follow the steps below to complete the setup process.    CAUTION: To avoid damaging the data on the computer,...

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How To Test Your Laptop’s Battery

Laptop batteries can fail, or over time can lose their ability to hold a charge. If your laptop suddenly stops cooperating, you can usually determine if a bad battery is causing the problem by removing it from its bay (on the bottom or side of the laptop) and running the laptop from the AC adapter only. If the batteryless laptop...

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