In college, I considered my Apple laptop a faithful, effective and occasionally even fun machine. A year past graduation, this constant companion to late nights spent studying, working or wasting time has aged into a decrepit device. Like the old Windows hourglass, its colorful pinwheel cursor consistently heralds interminable delays.
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