MADISON (WKOW) -- Americans lose about five days of free time every year because of poor computer performance, according to a recent survey.
Tech company SanDisk released results of a global study of more than 8,000 PC users. It was developed to understand how much time people lose to poor computer performance and how they deal with it.
Their results show the average American has lost 119 hours (nearly five days) of free time to slow computers in the last 12 months.
The study also found:
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