February 14, 2014
Leading Memory Experts Encourage Family PC Upgrades to Support Multiple Users and Functions

 

As one of the US’ leading providers of computer memory and storage solutions, Data Memory Systems understand better than many the importance of having a powerful home PC. Though ultrabooks and tablet devices are the new kids on the block when it comes to home computing, every house still needs a powerful, fast PC, that can handle multiple accounts, take care of the heavy-duty work like downloads and gaming, and still carry out the everyday tasks that any family needs.

 

The soaring popularity of mobile devices and smaller laptops has meant that consumers are now given plenty of computing options when they are on-the-go. But nothing beats sitting at home in front of a powerful PC with plenty of computer memory, running multiple programs, streaming high-definition content or playing a graphic-dense game. It is crucial for these types of computers to have enough RAM memory to function rapidly; otherwise they will be sluggish and slow, and families will have nowhere to perform all the tasks that their smartphone or tablet prevents them from doing.

 

Mom can use the family computer to take care of the food shopping or work on her part-time online business. Dad can check his stocks, stream a movie or have a Skype conference with his work colleagues outside of working hours. The kids can catch up on their social media accounts, do their homework, watch an episode of their favorite TV show and even indulge in a little gaming, if they get the time. All of these things can be improved by a quick injection of RAM memory.

 

RAM is not the only way to revive a flagging computer. Older hard-drives which have already seen a few RAM upgrades can be switched to a solid-state drive (SSD) to increase the speed even further. Family computers will get a new lease of life with one of these SSDs; they have no moving parts like older hard drives, which means they can access and write data at a much faster rate, and their longevity is much improved because there are no moving parts which can wear out over time.

 

Of course, these aren’t the only way to upgrade a family unit, but the other methods will always be less effective. Many antivirus systems that come pre-installed on computers, and stay there because owners don’t know any better, are outdated and could be causing the computer to lose much of its speed. Overhauling the antivirus system can help rejuvenate the system and help it to speed up a little. Plenty of software is also now available which track down unwanted apps and programs, removing them from the system and freeing up space. These methods aren’t nearly as effective as the upgrades provided by RAM memory or an SSD, but they will certainly help

 

Other ways to completely upgrade a family unit are more basic. An overhaul of outdated antivirus systems will benefit a computer to no end, as well as assessing which space-consuming programs are no longer in use. Basic maintenance of the whole unit will free up extra space and allow the new components of PC memory to function to their highest potential. 

 

To buy RAM memory for a slowing computer, and to buy Apple and PC memory upgrades securely online, visit http://www.datamemorysystems.com

 

About Data Memory Systems: The Data Memory Systems’ team wants to provide the best possible quality PC memory and Apple memory at the lowest prices. They offer great service and value for your money.  Whether you have a Dell, HP, Sony, IBM or Apple Mac system, they have the compatible memory for your device.

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