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The average desktop PC has a functional lifespan of roughly two to five years. The length of the lifespan greatly depends upon the type of system purchased, advances in hardware components and changes in the software that we run. Over time, users will tend to notice that their systems just aren't as fast as they used to be, they don't have enough space to store their files or don't meet the requirements for the latest software. When this happens, users have the option of either upgrading or replacing their PCs.

To determine which path might be better for your computer system, it is best to look at a cost comparison of what you will get out of each of the two options. My rule of thumb is that upgrades should typically be done if the costs of the upgrades will be roughly half of the cost of getting a new system. This is just a guideline based on most upgrades giving you a functional lifespan of roughly half of what a complete replacement will get you.

The advantage that desktop PCs have is a greater amount of upgrades that can be made to them compared to a laptop computer. The problem is that with so many components that can be upgraded, the costs of upgrades can quickly outpace the cost of replacement. Let's take a look at some of the items that can be upgraded, their relative cost and ease of installation.

This is where we come in, we aim to please, upgrading a computer is similar as if you were upgrading to a new vehicle, is very exciting, but there are many key points, we as your technicians have to keep in mind, of course you will probably want something faster, definate. Better graphics, maybe you want more space or you want to add new peripherals, well we are here for you. Let us know what you want, and we will custom make it for you