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5 tech habits save money, make you more productive

10:50 AM, Mar. 29, 2013
Most computer problems aren't catastrophic and you can fix them yourself. Plus you can become more productive after your computer is running more smoothly.
Most computer problems aren't catastrophic and you can fix them yourself. Plus you can become more productive after your computer is running more smoothly.
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Behavioral experts say that one of the best ways to drop a bad habit is to replace it with a new good habit. If you have a computer that constantly acts up, you probably need to develop a few good tech habits.

Don't worry. Giving up bad tech habits is a lot easier than trying to abstain from ice cream! These five good tech habits will save you money and make you much more productive.Fix common computer problems yourself

Most computer problems aren't catastrophic and you can fix them yourself. Upgrading to fancier software or shopping around for a new computer will cost you time and money. Instead, see ...

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