to Upgrade Computer
consider upgrading your computer vs buying a new computer if 2 or
more of the following criteria is met.
computer is less than 1.5 years old.
computer has become sluggish when it used to be faster. (Usually
an upgrade and a general clean up will bring it back to life).
motherboard and processor are still fairly recent technology
(research your processor online is the fastest way to compare to
what is currently offered)
changes in your workflow require more power or memory (in other
words you have installed a large program like Photoshop, or
multitasking levels increase)
to Buy a New Computer
You should consider buying a new computer if any
of this criteria is met.
- Buy a new computer if your computer is more
than 2 years old. The money you would need to spend bringing it
up to speed is not cost effective.
- If you have taking on a new job position and
need to know that you have enough computer power. Don't take any
chances buy a new computer.
- If your multitasking needs have increased to
the point where your computer is just not keeping up. Buy a new
- If you need multiple displays built into
About Buying a New Computer
Buying a new computer is not as difficult as it
used to be since fierce competition between manufacturers has off the
shelf computers priced fairly reasonable.
If you are a professional and
you need a seriously fast computer, have one built for you is a much
better way to go. For example if you need a multiple display
computer system look at our
QuadStation Systems first.
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Be Careful! Know what to look
Buying a New Computer