[IMGCAP(2)]Sometimes the most difficult aspect of repurposing an older PC is finding some place to put it. Older PCs tend to be larger PCs, and these days (as always) office space is at a premium.

But if you have a monitor, keyboard and mouse you’re not using, you can have a spare office PC that doesn’t take any more room than those three components, can run a Microsoft Office-compatible office suite, and will cost you about 80 bucks, or possibly even less. It won’t run Windows, but it will do word processing, spreadsheets and the like.

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