We’re in the Digital Age (2010). It’s a new era American/world popular culture of the generation. There’s more technology than ever before, and specifically electronic devices, because half of the planet population own it. The reason they have the most it because common social devices and getting smaller, lighter, and more mobile. You take it for specific use like cell/smart phones. However, this makes a lot resources in our planet to make more digital devices for the population could have. Though their life style gets easier, but a lot of it damaged, misuse, malfunction, or destroyed that’s obviously consider a replacement instead of repair. Most people prefer buying new one with or without insurance, because some people think that repairing it won’t be the same. Take it back to the store or to the recycle, and little that they know? It comes worth a cost, and it’s not money. It is specific earth resources that base on theories or speculation of the nature of the planet. It slowly and costly deteriorate. Researchers are considering getting devices is not a good option. That repair is more preferable. That’s saves the planet. How could that be better and why? Why should we? Repairing devices dramatically improves their usable lifespan. Everyone is aware of this and worked together. It wills double the length of time, and each average piece of electronics will be used for repair instead of recycle. We could use halve the amount of e-waste created, and they can take care of our devices and fix them if they break or damaged. IT must have a responsibility to humanity to...
Greetings, In this video, I will be explaining some of the tools used in laptop repair and why they are important....
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