What differences between used and refurbished laptop?

What differences between used and refurbished laptop?

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When one decides to buy a new laptop, the new equipment is not always inevitable. Indeed, other options are available to you: buying a used laptop or a refurbished computer . Both alternatives are not always well known to the public and can sometimes discourage or repel some of you. That's why we offer this summary folder that is used and reconditioned laptops, their advantages and disadvantages. What is a used laptop? Once a computer has been used, it is considered no longer "new" and therefore by extension, it is used.These computers can come from various sources, such as the renovation of the IT infrastructure of a business, or simply individuals wishing to get rid of their old machine. According to the seller are a professional or an individual, price…
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What to use to clean your laptop?

What to use to clean your laptop?

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After explaining how to clean your laptop keyboard , we will focus today on the right products to clean your computer in its entirety. Because it is more difficult to clean a laptop than a desktop, we'll give you some tips and a selection of products that will be useful. Note that regular maintenance will allow you to significantly increase the life of your hardware. Warning : If you are not expert, we strongly discourage you to disassemble your own computer for cleaning. This might void your warranty ... Before you start cleaning, for safety, it is highly recommended to turn off the power of a computer. So Turn off your laptop, unplug the AC outlet and remove the battery. Remove dust Laptops are quickly becoming real nests dust ...…
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How To Clean Laptop Keyboard?

How To Clean Laptop Keyboard?

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Whether your keyboard becomes dirty or gathering dust, it is always good to redo it a little beauty from time to time. Let's see together how to clean a laptop keyboard and do it effectively. Aspirate Turn off your computer, for safety first, to avoid also writing a series of incomprehensible characters then, when you clean your keys ;-) We'll have to get rid of all that dust flying, crumbs, hair, and whatnot, as long as it flies. To do this, you can use a hand vacuum or a vacuum cleaner USB keyboard, as it now sells for a pittance. We do not recommend using a vacuum cleaner connected to the mains for power could have a devastating effect, you would not pick up your keys and attachments in your…
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How To Receive PTCL Bill on Email

How To Receive PTCL Bill on Email

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Yes, now you can get your PTCL Bill on email, This will help if you are not receiving bill by post within due date and having less time to pay bill. You just need to register for this service and start receiving bill on you mail account. For this click here and fill following information : First Name Last Name Telephone No (With Area Code) Account ID (Available on your Bill) Email Address Re-enter Email Address Mobile No Now click submit and start receiving bill, incase of any issue please fee free to contact us.
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How to Improve the Computer Speed

How to Improve the Computer Speed

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Does your Windows installation began to bog down a bit? Your programs take longer than usual to open? Follow this guide for quick fixes and tweaks for Windows increase your computer's performance. Run an antivirus program reputable. The best way to fight the virus is to avoid them. There are many free and reputable antivirus programs available online. Your antivirus program should be running whenever your computer is connected to the Internet.   Scan your computer for viruses. If you have not recently done, run a scan of your computer. If your antivirus program gives you the option, perform a deep scan against rootkits. Plan a scan at least once a week to prevent future virus infections. Perform an analysis for malware. The malware and spyware are programs that are…
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Why PTCL Internet Has Suddenly Slowed Down?

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If the results you get are consistently below expectations, the cause is more likely to look on the side of your provider. While you use a dedicated line to connect up to your ISP, it uses bundled lines to connect all Internet subscribers. In most cases, these shared connections display less capacity than the addition of all client connections they serve. And if the airline overbooking example is limited to a few dozen seats per plane, the Internet service providers themselves can easily overbook their internet connectivity ten, twenty or even fifty!
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I Thought My PTCL DSL Connection Was Faster?

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Between your computer and the server that sent this web page, there are probably dozens of routers, communications links and other network components through which this page had to go. The test results may be affected by any network congestion between you and our servers. If you have downloads in progress, it may also influence the results.
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Why do I get different results each time I run my connection speed test?

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Like any large transport infrastructure, the Internet is composed of many crossings and junctions, each with its own capacity and speed limit. Sometimes we see slowdowns in traffic. In same way that you should stay in your car while the traffic light lets other drivers, the data sent to your computer to wait while other data passes before reaching you. You logically more likely to experience a slowdown in traffic during the hours when attendance is highest. Similarly, traffic conditions can affect your speed and depend on the geographical situation of the consulting site.
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What is Kbps

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Kbps (or kilo bits per second) is the speed of 1000 bits of data pass through your Internet connection. One bit is the smallest unit of digital information - 8 bits form one byte.
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How PTCL SPEEDTEST Calculates Internet Speed?

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PTCL SPEEDTEST Our bandwidth test measuring tool actually send/receive data between your computer and our distributed network of servers to give you an idea of ​​the speed of your PTCL broadband connection. We calculate the speed of your Internet connection by calculating the time it takes to download a predefined data set.
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