When you bought your current desktop computer a few years ago it seemed like the fastest thing, especially compared with the PC it replaced. Now that it's starting to feel slow itself, also the design looks very out of time, what should you do about it?
Crucial(RAM and SSD supplier) commissioned a survey of 3,000 computer users living in th U.S., U.K., and France in January 2011 and found that, on average, PC users get the four-year itch when it comes to replacing their existing systems. Other findings from the study:
- Most PC owners think their computers should last "much longer" than 3 years
- Almost half of the respondents have no clue how much RAM is in their system
- The No. 1 irritant PC users have with their computers is "slow speed"
As you know, Crucial makes RAM and SSD, and the self-serving study is being used to convince people that a RAM or SSD upgrade can inject new life into an aging machine. And while that's true, but computer speed not 100% reply on RAM and SSD, it’s reply on whole hardware parts and software. Computer comes cheaper and cheaper, now one new designed mini computer with alloy case core i5 processor price only 216 USD, at this price rate, its acturally can replace full computer directly.