Quickie – 10 Problems to Avoid

  1. Purchasing a computer or laptop that does not come with a solid state drive (SSD) .
  2. Purchasing a computer with a hard drive capacity less than 128 GB.
  3. Purchasing a computer with a processor other than an i3, i5, or i7.
  4. Mistaking fake websites, phone calls, emails, searches, and advertisements as legitimate service solicitations.
  5. Expecting $300 computers to perform adequately.
  6. Buying tablets, phones, or monitors with too small a screen. Always go as big as possible.
  7. Expecting monitor speakers to fill the room with glorious sound.
  8. Re-using paper in a printer once it’s been sent through. Over time it gums things up.
  9. Using third party or refilled ink and toner cartridges. Always use factory original ink and toner.
  10. Using your Internet service provider (ISP) to manage your email. Use Google Gmail or Microsoft’s Outlook.com whenever possible.
  11. Never writing down or updating passwords or answers to secret questions. Number one time waster we encounter.
  12. Giving out your email address to everyone. Guard it with your life. Never sign up for a newsletter unless you know for sure you want it. When buying something, make sure to uncheck the box that allows the seller to send SPAM to you for the rest of your life.
  13. Not backing up computer.

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