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Time to Upgrade?

One Of Our Favorite Clients Called Saying That Her Computer Was Slow. Even After Removing A Lot Of "Temp" And Other "Trash" Files From The Computer It Was Still Slow. True It Isn't A "Brand New" Computer, But Its Not An Antique Either. It Is A Core 2Duo 2.3 Ghz Cpu. While Checking The Computer We Found Something Surprising; The Computer Came With 1 GB. Of RAM! Solution: Upgrade To 4GB Of RAM.

New Computers Come With Min Of 2GB, 4GB Is Standard And Should Allow Expansion To 6GB Or 8GB.

Windows Loves To Use Up Memory. The More Memory You Have The Happier It Is.

Memory Is The Most Cost/Effective Computer Upgrade Available. Part Cost (Ex. 2 2Gb RAM Modules (4GB Total) Of Crucial Memory Cost $35.00 At Newegg)

The Only Technical Thing To Remember Is That A 32Bit System Only Supports 3.2GB Of Ram So If Your System Is A 32 Bit System There Is No Since Upgrading It To 6GB As The Operating System Can't Access More Than 3.2 GB. 64 Bit Systems Don't Have This Limit. Unless Your OS (Windows CD) Specifically Says "64-Bit" It Is 32 Bit. Windows Vista And Windows 7 Come In Both 32 Bit And 64 Bit Versions - So Double Check.

Treat Your Computer The Same Way You Treat Your Car, A Little Maintenance Goes A Long Way.


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Computer Repair Port St. Lucie (772) 261-0987 Now Serving Jensen Beach!
Why Does My NEW Computer Need To Be Worked On?: It Probably Contains "Trial Software" That Slowes It Down.
Trial Software:Is Little More Than Clutter. It Loads Automatically When You Turn Your Computer On, Slowing Your Brand New Computer Down.
It Is "Cached" It Is Sitting There Waiting For You To Use It And Tying Up System Resources Until It Is Used. (Like Letting Your Car Idle All Day).






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