That's right - every single hard drive we collect and strip out of your machines is fully audited, wiped to CESG Info-sec Level 5 HMG approved standards and documented for your records, totally free of charge. If we can't wipe the drive for any reason, it is destroyed utilizing 10 tonne presses, then shredded.All documentation is sent within 7 days of collection, and is also kept on file for a total of 3 years.
Here is a summary of our service
- Collection – of redundant IT equipment
- Documentation – our driver will supply you with a Waste Transfer Note
- Secure transfer – to our site in one of our own registered vehicles
- C.R.B checks – All drivers undergo C.R.B checks
- Data destruction – all storage devices have their data securely removed
- Testing and Sorting – our technicians separate re-usable and obsolete/faulty equipment
- Re-use and redeployment – the best way to recycle is to re-use, this reduces the carbon footprint
- Certification – We supply you with Data Destruction certificates (Free of charge)
All our experienced drivers are C.R.B checked for your peace of mind
We have been saving schools thousands of £s for the last 3 years, why not call now and see what we can save you?
Its here Window 10
Here at W-PC-R Ltd
We are increasing our range with new PCs and custom builds .
You will now have a choice of Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 32/64 BIT
We are also offering Microsoft office home & business Free with every PC new or old
just show us you student ID to qualify for this Top offer.
There is no hidden charges all refurbished PC hardware is Free you only ever pay for your software. Windows 10 is available at just £99.98 With free refurbished hardware.
If you proffer a new build system tell us what you need and we will build it to your budget . A good starting budget of £190 to £600+ is a workable amount . If your budget is below £165 then you should look towards a refurbished PC . We have thousands available whiting for a new home and they are all Free when you buy your software for pre installation from us.
W -PC-R we are a member of the Microsoft Registered Refurbishes Program.
Worcester PC RehomEing ltd is the country’s fastest growing computer & IT recycling and disposal company.We offer secure IT, PC, monitor, laptop and computer collections from anywhere in the UK. History/background We started our enterprise back in 2010 and over the last two years we have built up a large amount of contracts some of with are in the Birmingham and Worcester areas. We Collect & recycle computers from corporate donors, data purging & full audit, supply of refurbished computers at low cost to schools & organizations involved in education. Refurbish computers & supply them to local charities, NFP organizations and individuals on a needs basis (e.g. the elderly, families with school children, individuals with disabilities & those on benefits and low incomes & students. we are a growing organization with many volunteers & IT, specialists.
Microsoft to deliver free upgrades to Windows 10
Microsoft will offer free upgrades to Windows 10 -- the next version of its operating system -- first for Windows 8.1 users and then for Windows 7 users, the company announced Wednesday.
In the first year the software is available, the company will upgrade any devices running Windows 8 to Windows 10 for free, according to Terry Myerson, Microsoft's executive vice president of operating systems. The free upgrade will also apply to Windows 7 devices and Windows Phone 8.1 devices
The free upgrade is only available for the first year. Microsoft has yet to announce the software's price for the upgrade after that one-year window.
"We think of Windows as a service," Myerson said during Microsoft's Windows 10 unveiling event in Redmond, Wash. "Now developers can target every single Windows device."
The move is likely designed to convince consumers that Windows is worth the effort. Windows 10 is an attempt to wipe the slate clean after missteps with Windows 8, including a new start menu that attracted complaints from PC users, who sorely missed the traditional menu.
More than half of all desktops in the world still run Windows 7. Almost 20 percent still run Windows XP, a 14-year-old operating system. Windows 8.1 has yet to reach 10 percent.
Hardware companies have increasingly been giving away software upgrades to keep their users tied to their ecosystems. Apple, for example, has made both its Mac OS and iOS free, as well as many of its productivity and photo management tools. And yes all our customers will qualify for the Free upgrade.
With Windows 10, Microsoft hopes it can inspire customers to seek out its products, rather than feeling like they have to use them.
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Pulling that off is no easy feat, but it's critical to Microsoft's future. The company is aggressively simplifying its entire platform under the "one Windows" vision of CEO Satya Nadella, which promises to make this next iteration of Windows run on every desktop, laptop, tablet and smartphone. To make this work, Microsoft is readying a significant change to how it and its developer community will deliver, manage and build next-generation software for every device -- with one store and with one way for consumers to download and access programs across screens.