Over time, computers can gradually get slower, it just happens. Once you start adding anti-
Upgrading your computer’s memory, disk or processor will help.
You can add more memory, replace the hard disk, and possibly upgrade the processor. A tell-
If your computer is over 5 years old, your computer may possibly benefit from having the original disk drive replaced with a new latest-
If your computer is running Windows Vista or later, and you don’t need a lot of disk space, there is another alternative. You can replace your slow disk drive with an SSD. This is a Solid State Disk. There are no moving parts, just electronics, and these devices are seriously fast. Your computer will start up in seconds and will run as fast as the processor can go. The capacity of these SSD devices is rather lower than that of a new disk drive, and they generally cost about the same price, but if you don’t need lots of disk space they are brilliant and I highly recommend them. The only drawback to changing your disk drive is that you have the challenge of transferring the contents of your old disk to the new disk. Don’t worry, I offer a full disk copying and data transfer service and can help you with that.
Regarding processor upgrades, this is an option, but not necessarily the best or most cost effective way to get more speed. You will be limited in the range of processors you can actually fit in your computer, processors are actually quite expensive, and the speed increase may not necessarily be as significant as you had hoped. If you are thinking about a processor upgrade, please contact me and I will be happy to advice you about whether it is a good option for your computer or not.
So, whether you have a laptop, netbook, notebook or desktop computer, I can upgrade your computer’s memory, disk, or even processor to get the maximum performance out of your system. Please don’t hesitate to contact me for further help and advice.