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Do you keep the Sticker that says you are running Windows 7, have a Intel i7 processor, and have a Blu-Ray DVD player?

I usually remove the stickers that have to do with software that was extra with the computer. But I keep the ones that say what hardware is built in.

asked Jul 10 '10 at 01:28

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You should keep them on so when you go for repairs, the guy knows what to do before they even turn it on.

answered Jul 10 '10 at 09:44

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Better yet, take them off and put them back on over the power buttons so the repair guys don't know how to turn it on :P That'll learn 'em for making ye feel stupid last time!

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I always pull the stickers off. I prefer a clean look with as few logos as possible.

answered Jul 10 '10 at 05:15

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i do until they fall off my laptop,they tend to do that with me

answered Jul 10 '10 at 01:30

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I dont keep them on there no point and they sometimes are either to big ie its ugly or they partially cover something. so I usually just take them off anyway

answered Jul 10 '10 at 01:31

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I usually keep them on. I figure that anything that I purchase is something that I worked hard for and they give me a sense of accomplishment seeing what's inside.

answered Jul 10 '10 at 01:34

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I buy computers that come clean without any stickers already on the device itself. I don't like when computers have stickers all over them.

answered Jul 10 '10 at 01:40

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I put a phenom II sticker on my custom pc...idk why just reminds me of my work and looks kinda cool.

answered Jul 10 '10 at 02:39

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I kept them on, but then they started to peel off, and taping them down did not help any, so I just took them off completely.

answered Jul 10 '10 at 05:13

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i bought a bunch of TUX stickers from thinkGeek.com so i place them on the cases of micro architecture of amazing tech enhanced my penguins

answered Jul 10 '10 at 05:16

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I usually take the Windows sticker off my computers if I buy them. I don't use Windows, I use Linux so a Windows sticker would be incorrect. I keep the processor logo because I think it's kind of cool to have people know what's inside your computer. Without that processor sticker people could think you have an Intel Celeron or something while you actually have an i7.

answered Jul 10 '10 at 10:22

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