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How to Stop Buying a New Computer Every Few Years

Whenever you get a new computer, you likely get super excited as you open its box and press the on button to experience how nice and fast it really works. When a PC is brand new, it usually runs faster than an old PC. It boots up faster, the games and apps launch and run without any delay, and the browser loads pages super fast. Besides, switching from one site to another is easy. However, as time passes, your PC slowly starts to perform worse and worse. There are multiple reasons why your computer slows down over time to ruin your experience. Very often, such a slowdown can be reversed by simply cleaning up the hard drive of your computer, or taking the help of certain diagnostics. Rarely, a virus may be responsible and as soon as you remove it, your computer runs like new. However, what if you do all these things and still your computer runs slow? If the beloved PC you own doesn’t become faster even when you try the basic tricks, it may be that you are putting too much pressure on your machine compared to its capability. When we indulge in our computers more and more, we usually install a lot of fresh apps and games and try to run more and more things at the same time. The new things we install often need greater computing resources like CPU and memory to run everything smoothly. Like most people you probably run multiple apps at a time, or keep more than one browser window open simultaneously. That can easily utilize a lot of your computer’s resources. The rule is, the more pressure you put, the lazier your computer gets. This problem is actually quite constant. That is, technology in the computer world usually doubles in nearly eighteen months. In order to utilize newer and richer software apps, developers build new software programs that consume more resources. To keep up with the enhanced software demands, manufacturers keep building faster and costlier machines. This is like a trap or vicious cycle. To maintain a reliable experience, a user needs to keep buying a brand new computer every once in a while. Personally, I have not had to sweat about that issue much. As you may know, I work as a certified technician, which means I have built and repaired many computers over the past 15 years. The moment I need my computer to work faster, I don’t usually go out and splurge on a new machine. Instead, I just upgrade components of my existing computer and make it faster for a lot less money. If you wish, you can smartly break the cycle of buying a new computer every few years, too. You do not even need to be a professional computer technician like me. All you need is understand a few simple things regarding computers and be good with screw drivers. After that, you only have to follow basic instructions. Here are some great computers that won’t strain your budget.
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Welcome

Here’s information on how to purchase a

computer or laptop that you’ll be happy

with.

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© Computer Promotions LLC

How to Stop Buying a New Computer

Every Few Years

Whenever you get a new computer, you likely get super excited as you open its box and press the on button to experience how nice and fast it really works. When a PC is brand new, it usually runs faster than an old PC. It boots up faster, the games and apps launch and run without any delay, and the browser loads pages super fast. Besides, switching from one site to another is easy. However, as time passes, your PC slowly starts to perform worse and worse. There are multiple reasons why your computer slows down over time to ruin your experience. Very often, such a slowdown can be reversed by simply cleaning up the hard drive of your computer, or taking the help of certain diagnostics. Rarely, a virus may be responsible and as soon as you remove it, your computer runs like new. However, what if you do all these things and still your computer runs slow? If the beloved PC you own doesn’t become faster even when you try the basic tricks, it may be that you are putting too much pressure on your machine compared to its capability. When we indulge in our computers more and more, we usually install a lot of fresh apps and games and try to run more and more things at the same time. The new things we install often need greater computing resources like CPU and memory to run everything smoothly. Like most people you probably run multiple apps at a time, or keep more than one browser window open simultaneously. That can easily utilize a lot of your computer’s resources. The rule is, the more pressure you put, the lazier your computer gets. This problem is actually quite constant. That is, technology in the computer world usually doubles in nearly eighteen months. In order to utilize newer and richer software apps, developers build new software programs that consume more resources. To keep up with the enhanced software demands, manufacturers keep building faster and costlier machines. This is like a trap or vicious cycle. To maintain a reliable experience, a user needs to keep buying a brand new computer every once in a while. Personally, I have not had to sweat about that issue much. As you may know, I work as a certified technician, which means I have built and repaired many computers over the past 15 years. The moment I need my computer to work faster, I don’t usually go out and splurge on a new machine. Instead, I just upgrade components of my existing computer and make it faster for a lot less money. If you wish, you can smartly break the cycle of buying a new computer every few years, too. You do not even need to be a professional computer technician like me. All you need is understand a few simple things regarding computers and be good with screw drivers. After that, you only have to follow basic instructions. Here are some great computers that won’t strain your budget.