My wife will quit her full-time job when we move next June. Since she has co-workers that "work from home", using their home computers, she told me that she might be interested in getting a job like that where we move to. However, I do know that a company will monitor when she would be online working and not. That is how she'd get paid. When I asked her before about "working from home", she didn't want to do it because of this "monitoring" the home computer. We haven't got anything to hide, but she just wasn't a fan of using her computer at home for company stuff. I would think that a company would like to know how old the home computer is, how fast, etc., etc.. Think so? Unfortunately, our laptop (she definitely doesn't want to use our fairly new desktop) is some 11 years old and very, very slow. It still runs Windows 7, but no updates for that Windows anymore. By the time we decided to get the "free" version of Windows 10, the offer was over and Windows 10 cost too much to put into an old computer. So, I'd think, if she does want to look for a "in home" job for a company using a computer, we will have to shell out some $1,500 dollars for a nice speedy new laptop. What do you think about this "work from home" thing for a Senior and buying a new laptop to accommodate what a company would require...…….a new computer.