|Ten or twelve years ago I bought a computer new. In the box with it came complete directions on how to use it. No computer comes with directions anymore. |
Piss on the computer companies for that.
Also included in the box were two discs. One was to completely wipe the computer clean
and empty of everything. The second disc was to re program it back to what it was when purchased. Is it possible to buy these kind of programming discs or chips anymore?,
I can take it to a computer shop and they can do it, but I would prefer to do it myself.
When the shop does it , I have to wonder if the put in some kind of spyware in the fresh programming. The same goes for doing it by down loading from the internet only I am more certain that having it done by the internet is even more risky for spyware being included. Since Steve Jobs died, Apple has gone very far in this direction. Is there a way to purchase reprogramming devices that work with Mac air since it does not have any discs, it is solid state?