Disposing of Your Computer - What You Need To Know

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Technology changes fast and in a few years the hardware that you purchased cannot support the new software that you are buying. You may need more memory, a faster processor or just want the latest and greatest computer (or smartphone or tablet) that you can buy. What do you do with your old equipment? How do you handle disposing of what is now "junk" to you?

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