Computers are better and cheaper than ever. You may not believe me, especially if you are in the middle of a technology induced crisis, but it is true. Laptops have an average life of 2 to 3 years and desktops 4 to 5 years. All-in-one computers are somewhere in-between. The more your computer has moved the more likely it is to fail. Whether laptop or desktop, the more shifting and traveling it has done the more likely it is to die earlier than expected. NOTE 1: These aren't m
Whether your child is just about to start school and/or needs a laptop for the the first time, or they've been doing it for ages, you may want to consider these few tips to implement before the school year starts... Choosing a laptop 1) Most schools these days provide a list of approved models and/or specifications for the type and brand of laptop your child should have. Read these carefully and then ask a knowledgeable person for advice...maybe show them the specifications t
Microsoft recently published a study in Australia and New Zealand about the cost of trying to keep old computers running in a business. Here it is... True cost of not replacing computers - more than $4,000 each: Microsoft
Old computers are costing business owners more than NZD$4,000 each (US$2,736) according to a new study released by Microsoft.
The research shows that most small and medium businesses (SMBs) could make significant cost savings just by updating their PCs,