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Our experiences during the "Get Online @ Home" project have given us a valuable insight into the reasoning behind people not wanting to get online. Putting aside financial difficulties, computers are confusing machines.
If you haven't grown up with computers, you might not even be familiar with the word "PC", let alone RAM and GHz nonsense. It has been a great experience for us, having to have to take a step back, and help people understand computers from the very first step- And how they can benefit personally and professionally from owning one.
you're interested in purchasing a refurbished computer,
it's important to be an educated consumer.
Below are some key questions to ask to make sure you are getting a reliable machine with legitimate software: