Refurbished v/s Used Computers

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There is considerable difference between the used and refurbished laptops which are listed on various online sites. As opposed to a used laptop, which typically did not undergo any checks before selling, a refurbished laptop is thoroughly checked, reconditioned, and returned to its as-new status. Advanced Computers often sells the computers with at least 1 year of warranty which you may not get for a used laptop. 
Advanced Computers will inspect and restore the laptop to working as new and for all intent and purposes be new. Buying a refurbished laptop will fetch a laptop with much higher specs than you originally anticipated for a much lower price. Latest version of windows is installed on the computer and all the specs of computer are upgraded according to current market computers specification like upgrading Ram and Hard Disk. Hard Disk are often replaced with Solid State Drive which are way faster than the traditional hard drives. 
There is no much difference between new and refurbished computer regarding performance as it is tested and checked by trained technicians. A used computer will go different phases to get transformed  into a refurbished computer. They are installed with current market specifications, Graphic Cards, Operating System mostly. Moving on to the next stage Computers are cleaned with cleaning solutions and covered with skins to make sure it looks new. 
Get premium video cards and software installed for a much cheaper price with refurbished laptops.
At Advanced Computers all computers are refurbished and all are in "Grade A " condition. However, they may have minor scratches on computer body which has no effect on the performance of the computer. All the computers are inspected and tested by trained technicians by using various Software and Hardware diagnostics Software tools. 

IMPORTANT for PC users: Before you power on the computer plug in your Ethernet cable in back of computer
or plug in your wireless adapter. Unless this came with a bundled USB Wireless WiFi adapter, PC computers do not come standard with wireless and an adapter must be purchased separately.
******* READ ME FIRST *******

The first time you power on your computer Windows 10 Flag appears while files in background load (takes about 2 minutes)
⦁ “Hi there” screen will appear, set your language and time zone, click Next.
⦁ “It’s time to enter the product key” screen appears:
⦁ You will need to locate the Certificate of Authenticity (COA). This COA contains the product key used to verify that your installation of Windows is genuine. The COA is a sticker that will be attached to the computer itself (see picture). On laptops this is attached either on the bottom of the unit or under the laptop battery. On desktops it’s attached on the top back of the computer assuming the machine is standing upright or right side panel if laying flat down.

Do not remove this sticker, we do not keep the product key on file and won’t able to supply a replacement.
⦁ Enter the product key in the window. When you enter the product key be careful not to mix up 8’s with B’s as these are easily mistakable. If you get an error message or it states incorrect product key, retype the key in. Click Next. Do not click “Do this later”.
⦁ “Here’s the legal stuff” screen appears. You will be prompted to Microsoft Software License Terms. You must click “Accept”. Account settings will appear, click “Use Express settings”.
⦁ “Create an account for this PC” screen appears. Enter your user name and set a password for your account, if you do not want a password leave the box blank. If you do enter a password, you must remember it for each time you start your computer. Click Next.
⦁ Windows will now finish loading all files. This will take about 2 minutes. After Windows boots to the desktop follow the steps below:

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