07 July
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Is it time to update your laptop or PC?

Lady uses iMac on a train

Lady spotted using iMac on a train

Do you ever feel like you’re lugging around a weighty laptop or waiting for ages for your desktop to start up?

This week the internet collectively agreed it was time for one lady to update her tech to a slightly more convenient system. She was travelling into kings cross and spotted using a full iMac, complete with mouse and keyboard!

Shocked commuters took photos and shared it on social media with the internet understandably baffled by the desktop. We all know what it’s like when you have an hour or so to kill; it’s easy to use the time to get stuck into work, but this is dedicated!

How to know when it’s time to get a new PC

Technology moves so quickly these days it’s hard to keep up with when to change your PC. Laptops have become lighter, faster and more capable the last 10 years so it may be worth an upgrade.

You can get a lot more power into quite a small device, you may find it becomes a decision between a tablet or small laptop like the Dell XPS.

Virus

Unfortunately, old computers are more prone to viruses; as new technology develops, companies begin to focus on blocking virus on the most current software. This leaves older devices prone to attack from malware and viruses which can become costly if you don’t know how to fix them.

Usage and Performance

Sometimes a computer can’t keep up with your needs anymore or the functions of new programs. If you find your Computer is struggling to use programs like PhotoShop; it may be worth looking for something more powerful.

It’s not just program performance though; you may find the battery is becoming tired, the screen resolution isn’t great and it takes an age to start up. These are all signs that your computer is on its way out; if you don’t have much tech knowledge and don’t feel confident wiping it and starting again…It might be best to start saving up.

The Blue Screen of Death

This is a sure sign you should be changing your PC. When your computer crashes with programs for no reason, you may have a malware or virus issue. To add insult to injury, when a PC reaches this point it’s usually out of warranty.

If you plan on buying a new PC you can always recycle it and add extra funds to your budget. We offer cash for laptops, PC’s, monitors and gadgets. Get a Quote Now

 

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