#Building Up New Gadgets from Old Electronics.
Tech Star

Electronics make for particularly bad waste. Extracting those materials already took a toll on the environment. Modern technology, however, allows us to recycle electronic waste and reuse many of its components to produce new devices. We have a desire to a buy a new computer by discarding the old one. But before doing this we need to remember one thing; there will be many useful components in the old computer such as RAM, Hard Drive, Fan etc., may be much more also. We should collect these from the computer and then we can dispose it. Sometimes you may encounter with certain situations less working capability of 8GB RAM in our new system in such cases we may use the older ones RAM.A working 2GB RAM is always better than non-working 8GB RAM. We can also convert our old computer into a Web Server. Many of us here probably own a website. Well, if you are up to the challenge, you can set up your own server to serve your websites from. Having your own server gives you the advantage of controlling what software to use, as well as the freedom to upgrade flexibly. Running out of server space? Just add another hard drive! Are the pages loading too slowly? Just add more RAM! If you can also turn it into a web server, you can use it as your torture machine. Abuse it anyway you want, install anything and everything. If you ever saw some free app, but aren’t sure whether it has a virus or not, you now have a sandbox to test it in. This is a real sandbox, not those fancy software sandbox techniques that are so common now-a-days. It doesn’t even have to be a virus. If you are experimenting with dangerous software, you can do your damage here. Just make sure to keep a Windows install disc handy. If you're a content creator using a title3dsmax, Adobe After Effects or Sony Vegas, having another PC to help with distributed rendering chores can greatly speed up final renders for complex projects. Each application handles distributed rendering a little differently, so you'll need to consult your documentation. But typically, you'll install a lightweight application on the secondary rendering system, which will take data and commands the primary system and then return results when done. The main application on your production system, or a separate manger app, manages the rendering across multiple networked systems. If you have a do-it-yourself bent and build your own systems, you may reduce the cost of your new system by salvaging the parts from old one. Good candidates for salvage include the case (if it's not a proprietary, prebuilt system), the optical drive, the power supply, and, sometimes, the memory modules. Depending on how much you actually reuse, the distinction between new system and one that's simply been upgraded is a hazy one. If you replace the motherboard, CPU, memory, and primary hard drive, but keep the case, power supply, optical drive, and graphics card, is that a new system, or one that's been upgraded? That will still leave you with a few old parts. Which brings us to our final point. There are still many interesting ways in which one can reuse their old electronics...try them .Thank You!!!