Study: Americans Have Problems With Computers, But Still Prefer Them to Spouse
According to a recent survey by Kelton Research, 65 percent of Americans spend more time with their computer than their spouse. Over 84 percent say they are more dependent on their computers now than they were three years ago. The study, “Cyber Stress,” goes on to document the troubles consumers have with their computers. In the last three years, the average consumer has experienced problems with their computers eight times. 12 hours of the average American’s month is spent on these problems.
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