Laptop Tips & Tricks...

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Are you bored of using the same old technology of your laptop and disturbed by its day by day decreasing speed? Then it is the right time to have your laptop upgraded! But before you proceed with upgrading, you should search for all the criteria that needs to be upgraded to give a new look plus more capacity to your laptop. Several things can be upgraded in laptops such as, memory, the video card, the processor, the hard disk etc. Therefore it is essential for you to be sure of your motive for upgrading your laptop.

Starting from the memory or the RAM (random access memory), you can upgrade this very easily by opening a partition in the laptops bottom. Here you can add to or remove the memory. The RAM can be decided by you at the time of the purchase of the laptop. However, there is a similar RAM contained in the laptop so that you can utilize it when you feel you need to upgrade your laptop memory. You may be able to install it yourself, but if you are not sure of how to do it seek the help of a skilled technician.

Together with the memory you can upgrade the video card of your laptop too. The newly manufactured and hi tech laptops offer these options to the user. However, this was not so easy or not available in the earlier designs of laptops. For upgrading laptops with their video cards you will have to buy a new and better chip to replace the old one as it was said before, not all types of laptops have such facilities for replacement. If you are not sure about yours, you should consult your manufacturer about this issue.

Like the memory and the video card you can enhance the hard disk drive too. Based on the manufacturer, you have the opportunity of upgrading the hard disk size. You can choose to change the hard disk by going for the larger sizes and in that respect the best thing will be to consider the external drives first. The external drives are the USB drives and though this may hamper the portability of the laptop, it is still considered to be good.

Considering the given information, it is clear that upgrading laptops is not a very difficult task. However it is true that in certain instances the help or the suggestion of the manufacturer or skilled technician is a must. Otherwise if you are familiar with the type of laptop you own, then nothing should prevent you from upgrading it by yourself.


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