Does your battery life suck? We can give you some suggestions on how to clean up your phone to extend the battery life, and we'll even be happy to replace your old battery with a new one.
If you're reading this blog post, I can accurately assume that you're someone who is on the internet with relative regularly. Piggy-backing off of that assumption, we can also assume that you've encountered at least one of the numerous HTTP status codes.
Have you ever tried using a five-year-old computer to get something done? It's frustratingly slow, right? That's because, over time, the operating system decays. During the normal lifespan of a computer, you can expect to install and uninstall dozens of programs, hundreds of Windows updates, and who knows how many registry edits. After all of this is done, your computer is significantly different from when it was fresh out of the box. This process has been called many things: software rot, code rot, bit rot, software erosion, software decay, software entropy, etc.