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One of the major problems with electrical equipment is short life span. This is particularly the case with computer products, which are also generally the most expensive. Legislation such as The WEEE Directive and organisations such as Computer Aid International go some way in dealing with the short life span of computers, but more can be done. Most new computers can now be easily upgraded for relatively little expense. Buying computer memory upgrades the level of computer and extends lifespan.