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User Friendly and Reliable Laptops

Hi Guys:

My wife and I have a question regarding user friendly and reliable laptops. Presently she owns a Toshiba windows 8.1. She has issues with "white screen/freezing"...and not being able to open articles. She's an "end-user" in that she's looking for a computer that performs...and she doesn't want to jump through hoops to use it. Does anyone have any suggestions as to a user friendly reliable laptop? Thanks

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I think you have to consider Chromebooks.

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These models so far have yet to see a virus, trojan or other issues. They provide basic features that don't push the user into becoming a computer technologist.

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Not only less to maintain but less money to buy.

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