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Productised service advice book, as recommended by Jon Markwell
Saved by: Paul on 8 Dec 2021
Cheap laptops (thread 1 of 4): buy used, it's good for the environment. There are 2 good price points: - about £230 on something with an 8th gen intel processor - about £130 on something older to last as long as Windows 10 does (2025) You can tell what type of intel processor it is by looking at the number that comes after the 'i5' or 'i7' bit. i5-8xxx is 8th gen, i7-9xxx is 9th gen. Ex business laptops are cheap, easy to repair and to upgrade. Things like HP Probooks, Lenovo thinkpads, Dell Latitude. 8gb of ram is a minimum. You'll need 16 to be comfortable longer term. If you want to find out if you can upgrade the memory (ram) or storage on your computer, this website is good. Extra: Ebay is where it's at, but if that's not your thing, look at CEX. Their laptops have a 2 year guarantee.
Saved by: Paul on 7 Dec 2021
Fully split ergonomic keyboard, very like the Ergodox
Saved by: Paul on 9 Nov 2021
Good video on how to replace the front anti-roll bar on an aircooled Beetle, no faffing about.
Saved by: Paul on 12 Sep 2021
Split keyboard recommended by a friend of a friend
Saved by: Paul on 9 Sep 2021
Leads to booking form for Worthing and Shoreham "refuse sites" (council tips / dumps / rubbish)
Saved by: Paul on 3 Sep 2021
Saved by: Paul on 25 Aug 2021