I agree with keeping the desktop. In fact, I would keep both desktops. I am constantly needing to test system to either run programs I am developing or to use a learning tools for a new system I am learning. They are also handy to keep around for spare parts. As I sit here now, I have my personal desktop, my business laptop, a small server that I am installing linux on so I can practice hacking and configuring routers, plus I have one system in the closet that I take parts out of when needed. You will never get your money's worth by selling them so you may as well keep them for future use, especially if you are in the IT field.
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