Everyone tells you that smoking is bad for you and second hand smoke is bad for the people around you. I’m not here to tell you to quit smoking or anything like that. I want you to think about all the chemicals and tar that are in cigarettes.
Every time you smoke near your computer it pulls in the tar and smoke and that tar gets stuck on all of the components on the inside of your computer. Over time the build up of tar and dust will completely cover the fans and cooling elements of your computer. Continue reading The hidden cost of cigarette smoke to your PC
The four best free options to Microsoft Office that I have tested are Open Office, FreeOffice, LibreOffice and Google Docs.
OpenOffice is one of the more renowned pieces of open source software on the market and has been so more than 15 years. The bundle contains tools for creating word documents, graphics, presentations, spreadsheets, databases, and a slew of other commonplace file types. The software stores your data in an international open standard format, and like most offerings on our list, it also supports Microsoft Word documents, handles cell-dependent calculations, and spell checks your work.