the quickest, easiest, cheapest upgrade.
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) November 16, 2006
What is the reward of upgrading computer memory versus buying a new computer when Dell, Best Buy and Circuit City are trying hard to convince you to make a computer or laptop purchase? The most obvious answer is the cost savings.
Brian Way, CEO of online retailer 4AllMemory, helps to answer this question for hundreds of customers each month who are concerned about poor PC or laptop performance, "When the memory is full, your system transfers data to the hard drive. Since the hard drive is considerably slower than the memory, your system seems slower altogether."
Even though, prices are coming down on laptops you may want to do a quick assessment--upgrade or replace. In most cases the average computer costs between $800 and $1500. However, procuring an additional 128 MB of memory is between $25 and $50. Which would you prefer? In the long run you will end up saving hundreds of dollars while still getting faster computer performance with a larger capacity.
According to PC Magazine, more memory is, "the quickest, easiest, cheapest upgrade." What you may not realize is that installing upgrade memory is easy as 1-2-3. For most first-timers, the Memory Installation Guide on the company website does the trick, providing simple, step-by-step instructions along with photos and line drawings that give you--or your college student--confidence.
Not only is upgrading the RAM memory in an older computer smart, but even new PC buyers can save by seeking out specialty retailers. More and more customers are turning to companies like 4AllMemory for additional RAM, even when they buy new memory. By doing this, consumers avoid the high mark-up on memory modules and other accessories from the computer manufacturers and large retailers.
About 4 All Memory
4 All Memory is a St. Louis-based computer accessories online retailer. In addition to computer memory, you can also find memory for digital cameras, laptops, and MP3 players, as well as hard drives and other upgrades. For more information, please visit 4allmemory.com.