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Crucial is a global brand of Micron Technology, Inc., one of the largest memory and flash storage manufacturers in the world. We make computer memory upgrades (DRAM) and solid state drives (SSDs), and offer more than 250,000 upgrades for over 50,0...
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  • How Tech Savvy Are You?

    The label of “tech geek” is no longer an insult—in fact, a majority of Americans today consider it a compliment. New data from Crucial.com reveals that a majority of Americans want to be more tech savvy.

    Crucial.com 6 months ago respond

  • Tech-Life Balance: Perception Vs. Reality

    Despite three in four Americans believing that they maintain a healthy tech-life balance, a majority of Americans cannot endure more than two hours without checking their electronic devices. This infographic by Crucial.com outlines the differences between what Americans believe to be a healthy tech-life balance and the reality.

    Crucial.com 8 months ago respond

  • Slow Computer? Don’t Buy A New One Just Yet

    Each year users spend hundreds of dollars replacing or repairing slow-running computers, but in reality they can save that money and improve their system’s performance by following quick troubleshooting techniques. To help make sense of this computer confusion, Crucial.com has released a new decision tree infographic: Slow Computer? Don’t Buy a New One Just Yet. It introduces many of the various troubleshooting approaches, describes their uses, helps explain the concept of computer performance and guides users to a solution.

    Crucial.com a year ago respond

  • Waiting On A Slow Computer: The 9 Stages Of Grief

    There’s nothing more frustrating than waiting on a slow computer— admit it, you’re more familiar with the spinning color wheel of death than you’d like to admit. Coming to terms with the failure of your trusty machine not only takes time, but it takes 9 steps. Behold: the stages of grief you’ll go through while grappling with your slow computer…if your page ever finishes loading.

    Crucial.com a year ago respond