Don't Throw That Old PC Away--Give It New Life with Linux

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Did you get a new, more powerful computer this holiday season? What's going to happen to your old system? Unless your old PC is of fairly recent vintage, it's worth close to nothing in the used market. And that's precisely why millions of disused PCs are headed for landfills, where they pose a genuine threat to the environment.

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Re: Don't Throw That Old PC Away--Give It New Life with Linux

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I think is time to do something about this, It may afect us worse if we let it go by. Trash these PC computers in a fashonable way, lets be nice and donate/ship all parts to MEXICO or Africa , teach a few Mexicano guys to build them and let them give it to the poor and needee.

Why We (US companies) are so greedy?
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