Upgrading Your Computer
It’s said that the maximum possible processor speed doubles roughly every six months. With that in mind, it’s easy to see how a machine that was top of the line five years ago is lagging so far behind even mediocre machines being built today. Fortunately many components of your system, from memory to graphics cards and even hard drives, can be replaced with newer, faster versions. Upgrading your system periodically will ensure that you can use the latest software for many years.
If your computer isn’t keeping up with the latest software, insufficient memory might be to blame. Random Access Memory, or RAM, is an inexpensive component that has some of the quickest turnaround from state of the art to obsolete. Figuring out what kind of RAM your computer will accept and playing the compatibility game can be a lengthy hassle, so let our techs help you choose the appropriate parts and deal with the installation process for you.
Replacing Broken Parts
Many times when your computer has died, it’s only one or two components that are to blame. It can be very difficult to diagnose which pieces of hardware are toast, which is why Geek Choice techs are equipped with specialized diagnostic tools to help determine quickly what parts are working and which need to be replaced. We can also help determine if it makes more sense to repair or replace your broken system.
Check out our blog post on when to repair and when to replace for more tips on how to handle that thorny situation.
If you’ve done the mental calculations and decided that a new computer is the right move, our techs are ready to help you make an informed choice. We can help determine how much power you need out of a new PC and work out the best balance between quality and price. We can install your new computer and transfer all of your old data over to the new system, and even recycle your old machine when the job is done.