Back-to-school shoppers are cutting back when they can. Fifty-seven percent do not plan to purchase laptops, desktops, tablets or mobile devices for school this year. Eighty-two percent are either extremely or very concerned with saving money.
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.
The Crucial Tips calendar provides fun and quirky tips to help you keep your cool this July, created by Crucial.com. For computer memory tips and more check out www.crucial.com.
From fixing his slow computer to unclogging the drain (yup, it’s most likely your fault), let Dad kick back and relax!
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.
The Crucial Tips calendar provides fun and quirky tips to make your life easier this June, created by Crucial.com. For computer memory tips and more check out www.crucial.com.
The crucial tips calendar provides fun and quirky tips to make your life easier, created by Crucial.com. For computer memory tips and more check out www.crucial.com.