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Working from home essentials

All you need to make home working work for you.

Is home your new office? We've got all the furniture inspiration and tech essentials you need to be as comfortable and productive as possible. Discover how to improve your Wi-Fi, get better tech and spruce up your office space.

Home working tech

Laptops and desktops.

Laptops and desktops

Having a capable laptop or desktop is a must-have for anyone looking to work from home regularly.

An all-in-one computer or desktop is the best option if you have a dedicated office space, with a desk, in your home. All-in-ones combine a tower and screen into one unit, while if you buy a desktop tower you'll need to purchase a separate monitor.

You may also want to add extra monitors to your desk space, which makes it simpler to work with multiple files at one time.

Laptops provide a more flexible choice as you can use them at a set desk, but also around the home, or if you need to travel into an office or work elsewhere.

    Tech accessories checklist.

    Tech accessories checklist

    There's lots of hardware that can make working from home easier. Here's our list of essential tech for your home office:

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    Home Wi-Fi

    Don't let a slow or intermittent internet connection halt your progress. There's lots of tech available that can boost your Wi-Fi signal and help you stay connected all day long. Check out our in-depth guide to improving your Wi-Fi, or view the other Wi-Fi boosting options below.

      Home office

      Prepare your office space with our range of practical and video-call-ready office furniture. From ergonomic chairs with back support, to desks for small spaces, we've got all you need to make your home office as comfortable and inspiring as possible.

      And as the nights draw in, keep the dark and cold at bay with heating and lighting essentials.

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        Working from home tips

        Separate home and work life.

        Separate home and work life

        It can be tricky to switch off at the end of the working day, especially when you're working from home.

        After hours emails and work notifications can make it feel like you're never really offline. Put some distance between yourself and your job by logging off and keeping to set work hours where possible. It may also help to work in a different room to where you relax in the evening.

          Take regular breaks.

          Take regular breaks

          Spending too much at your desk can be bad for your posture, eyes and mental health. It's important to take time to stretch your legs and get some fresh air during the day.

          Try to schedule regular time away from your desk and consider taking up some mid-day exercise to keep you moving.

          Stay connected.

          Stay connected

          Working from home can feel lonely if you're used to being part of a big team in an office. Stay connected to your team through regular video calls and arrange after hours social activity like you would in the office.

          Quizzes, team drinks and other games are all great ways to keep the social aspect of office life going, even when you're at home.

          More help and inspiration

          Tech for education.

          Tech for education

          Get the tech your little ones need to study at home.

          Wellbeing.

          Wellbeing

          Our hints and tips for keeping yourself in tip-top shape.

          Home inspiration.

          Home inspiration

          This season's latest trends for sprucing up your home.

          Technology guides and advice.

          Technology guides and advice

          View our full range of technology buying guides and advice.

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