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Systems for Seniors: How to Provide an Unbreakable Affordable Internet Portal

Drawsalot (733094) writes | about 10 months ago

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Drawsalot (733094) writes "While once very active with computers, my father at age 77, has had difficulty of late maintaining his Windows system. When the PC I built a few years ago suffered a hardware failure, it became problematic for me to repair it (from 600+ miles away). What type of PC/appliance can I provide for him that will provide a good internet experience and yet be "bulletproof" — perhaps a thin client with a USB system that loads fresh each time?"

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