July 20, 2012
Mountain Lion Is Coming – Upgrade Your Apple Memory Now

At the WWDC conference held last month, Apple announced their new operating system, Mountain Lion, and there are rumors that the new system will be launched to the public on July 25th. The upgrade includes 200 new features, including iMessage (the popular iPhone messaging app), speech-to-text dictation and a feature called PowerNap, which refreshes apps whilst the computer is sleeping. But many owners of Apple products may need to upgrade their RAM memory in order to be able to run the impressive new operating system. Mountain Lion requires at least 2GB of memory to run, and general advice is to make sure that the computer has at least 4GB spare to ensure it runs to its maximum potential once installed.

Data Memory systems is a premier supplier of Apple memory for both domestic and commercial purposes, and their high-quality memory upgrades, when paired with the innovative Mountain Lion system, can make an iMac or a MacBook feel like a whole new computer. RAM shortages can cause systems to operate more slowly and even crash, so ensuring that an Apple product can handle the upgrade before installing it, when it is soon released, is paramount.

The majority of standard Apple memory upgrades, for products such as iMacs, are available from Data Memory Systems and come in handy kits of 2GB, 4GB or 8GB (with some 16GB compatible with newer models). As part of Apple's dual-channel memory system, the memory kits are supplied in two halves, for example, a 4GB kit would come as two twin 2GB modules, which should be installed at the same time for optimum performance. Ensuring this memory is available for the Mountain Lion upgrade can ensure formidable results, with powerful 8GB upgrades available for just $52.00.

There is also an extensive selection of MacBook memory for Apple users, with 2GB, 4GB and 8GB upgrades available across 18 different MacBook models. Many of these kits come with lifetime warranties, and even a 2GB upgrade can make the world of difference to the everyday performance of one of these modern laptops.

Some Apple users may want to test the operating system before their install it onto their main computer, which is where an external drive would come in handy. The 320GB Transcend StoreJet 25D2 External Hard Drive from Data Memory Systems is suitable for both Windows and Mac users, and can be used to install Mountain Lion and test it out before incorporating it into a laptop or computer.

To browse the whole range of Data Memory Systems hard drives and to buy 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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