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+ - Systems for Seniors: How to Provide an Unbreakable Affordable Internet Portal

Submitted by Drawsalot
Drawsalot (733094) writes "While once very active with computers, my father at age 77, has had difficulty of late maintaining his Windows system. When the PC I built a few years ago suffered a hardware failure, it became problematic for me to repair it (from 600+ miles away). What type of PC/appliance can I provide for him that will provide a good internet experience and yet be "bulletproof" — perhaps a thin client with a USB system that loads fresh each time?"
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Systems for Seniors: How to Provide an Unbreakable Affordable Internet Portal

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