Turbo charge your PC or laptop!
Every now and again your computer may need a boost. Could be because:
We can advise you on what changes will make the difference you need – be that more RAM a bigger hard drive, a solid state drive or a new monitor.
Short term memory, known as RAM, and can often easily by added to your computer’s motherboard
Long term storage is on a hard drive – its where all your files and photos are stored. Just like your cupboards at home, a hard rive has a finite capacity. One its full up you have some choices to make – throw stuff out (can be hard to do), store it somewhere else (such as on the cloud), of upgrade your hard dive. We can help with any of these options – actually you’d be better off figuring out what you want to throw away!
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Software keeps growing and growing. The operating system (such as Windows) keeps needing more space as do many graphics or games packages.
Adding an additional bank of short term memory (or RAM) can really improve performance at little cost.
Many laptops are fitted with hard drives that use a spinning disc - like an old fashioned record player.
If the device is not shut down properly or suffers a bump the read head can scratch the surface of the disc. It may be only a small scratch - but the scratches build up over time and slow your hard drive.
We recommend upgrading to a solid state drive (SSD) in which there are no spinning discs.
An SSD will increase the speed of your device and be a lot more robust.