The Information Technology student organization, RITA (Richfield Information Technology Association) held an all day event, CTRL-Z. The tech-savvy students fixed fellow student computers that were in need of serious help. RITA students removed viruses and adware, tuned software programs and groomed the operating systems so the machines ran impeccably. One student’s laptop needed serious help, and RITA students saved the day by completely re-loading the operating system and made the machine run like new! But the best benefit for students is the invaluable advice RITA members give on office software and hardware options. These students are really doing a great service by educating others on how to keep their computers in optimal condition. Way to go RITA!
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