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Non-CPO Refurbished iPhone: An Account

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Refurbished iPhones are neither new nor unsafe. Apple has long been known to sell refurbished products: broken products which were taken back to Apple, then restored to working conditions. Its cheaper price and one year warranty from Apple makes it more popular for budget-conscious customers. These official refurbished products are known as Apple Certified Pre-Owned (or CPO for short). Those products are obviously safe, but what if you decide to buy a non-CPO iPhone?

Call me crazy, but I just bought one. I've been using Android ever since the original Galaxy S, so you should know how entrenched I am in the Android world. I've also been using iPad since iPad2, and I like it. That's why I thought of trying out the phenomenal device. However, before going for the latest and greatest (it's less than 6 months until September, so buying the iPhone7 now isn't worth it), I thought of getting a discounted…

Fixing Disabled Search Bar In Windows 10

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Let's face it. Even though Windows 10 is great, it obviously is not bug-free, even after a couple of major updates. Personally, I found two bugs that annoy me the most: missing text and disabled search bar. I solved the missing text problem here. This article is intended to solve the latter.

One of the key features in Windows 10 is its universal search. Coupled with the right hardware (SSD drives), it can be a powerful tool to finding your files/app/configuration in a snap. That's why losing this means losing the essence of using Windows 10. Anyway, after spending quite a while finding out the fix, it turns out that it is not that difficult.

Let's head after the break to find out.