Your Phone’s Lifespan is Five Years – Here’s How to Keep it Going!

Computer December 16, 2019 0 Comments

Due to the lifespan of cellphone data contracts (generally two years), many people replace their phone every two years. However, if one of your New Year’s resolutions for 2020 is to take better care of the environment, one good step to take is to keep your cellphone for its entire lifespan. In 2015, research found that the average smartphone lasts…

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When a Hardware Manufacturer Stops Supporting Your Hardware…

Computer October 21, 2019 0 Comments

We’ve all had the experience: a favorite device is chugging along, getting a little slower with new updates, maybe getting a little glitchy, but still largely reliable and familiar. We keep putting off getting a replacement, because we’re managing just fine, but then all of a sudden – the device’s manufacturer decides not to support maintenance for it anymore. This…

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Everyone Has a Smartphone…Should Everyone Have Smartphone Insurance?

Computer September 17, 2019 0 Comments

We all know the feeling: standing in a cell phone store with a silver-tongued salesperson wondering if we really do need an insurance plan for our devices. A wave of uncertainty washes over us as we envision drowned phones, lost purses, cracked screens, and other disasters. Maybe we should pay the extra $7-$15 a month for safety… The real answer…

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Understanding Computer Hardware

Computer August 19, 2019 0 Comments

Here at ComputerCare it’s our job to think about the physical pieces and parts that make up computer hardware. We talk in terms of RAM and cards and drives, but even while we’re spouting that jargon, we do realize that not everyone is quite as well versed in the anatomy of computers. That’s why we’re providing this handy guide to…

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When Rebooting Isn’t Enough: Issues to Take to the Experts

Computer July 19, 2019 0 Comments

Admit it: your heart sinks a little bit every time you see it—the legendary blue screen of death. After all, it involves the word ‘death,’ which is never reassuring. The most pressing question in the moment, however, is not what funeral arrangements are called for, but what you should do with your device. Rebooting always seems like a good call,…

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