How Static Electricity Affects Computers

We’ve all had the sensation of reaching for a metal doorknob only to receive a slight electric shock as we touch it. That little jolt is an electrostatic discharge, the release of static electricity that occurs when two objects come into contact. However, that little zap can cause severe damage to…


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The Ultimate Guide to Disposing of Your Old Computer Properly

You’ve been tasked to dispose of the old computer on the factory floor for the far more powerful and durable industrial mini PC. You’re unsure, though, of the exact procedure.  Do you bring it to Accounting or Logistics first to sign off on any paperwork? Sell it online? Or simply heave it into the…


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Why Rugged Computers Are Best Against Unexpected Jolts and Banging

Most computer users know that electricity and water can damage their computers. They may not know that PCs can sustain severe damage when bumped, shaken, or dropped.  We will cover the topic today. Why, for example, does an unprotected laptop stop working after unexpected jolts and banging?…


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Water in a Laptop? Dangers of Spills And What You Need to Know

A drink spill, from water in the laptop belonging to the CEO, or coffee all over the PC controlling the factory’s automation system, almost always causes a panic among workers. Will the computer boot up? Or is it time to ring up IT and get a replacement? We cover such too-common incidents today,…


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All In One PCs: How to Choose the Perfect One

Your company is looking to switch from desktop computers to an All in One (AIO) PC like enterprise PCs. Upper management still wants justification before they make their final decision, though. So we compare the two in today’s article, as well as covering laptops, which is a common alternative. You…


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Intel Processors: Which is Best Suited for Your Business Needs?

You’ve been tasked to evaluate the processing power of the industrial panel PCs for a new site. You contact your IT department who promptly send their recommendations of Intel processors. You can’t make heads or tails of the email message, which largely consists of letters and numbers like Core…


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Does Better Cooling in a PC Improve Performance?

Not only does a cool computer work better, a hot computer is a sign of imminent–and expensive–damage. PCs generate heat, which slows performance and even damages components over time. Cooling systems keep PCs alive in normal circumstances: in extreme situations, PCs slow down and stop working when…


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Enterprise Computers Fill the Need for Reliable School Technology

The use of technology in the classroom has significantly expanded what educational institutions have to offer. As new technology permeates society, industries like education — which thrive on the interconnectedness of their staff and student body — have reaped the benefits of integrating computer…


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Industries That Rely On All–in–One Computers

All–in–one computers have emerged to become the device of choice for several professionals. In the past, computing devices were severely limited to bulky and unwieldy machines that operated at a snail’s pace. Now, the alternatives provided by all–in–one computing devices allow professionals to work…


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The Features that Make All-In-One Computers the Superior Choice for Professionals

A lot of interest has swirled around all–in–one computers over recent years. Various advancements have come together to create a device that responds to the critical needs inherent in high–pressure professional environments. Some people may be a bit skeptical when it comes to the relative…


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