Computer owners often contemplate replacing computers which they’ve used for three or more years. Where circumstances allow, such a consideration is certainly positive, given the benefits of newer, faster, and up-to-date equipment.

But this approach isn’t always the best move. In fact, for a myriad of reasons, some businesses decide to hold back on computer purchases. What can these businesses do to maximize the performance of their present systems?

Upgrading from the current Hard Disk Drive (HDD) to a new Solid State Drive (SSD) is the answer for many. Significant improvements in reliability, speed, and power consumption are all within reach with an SSD.

Relating a personal experience—I recently upgraded both a laptop and a desktop computer. The resulting improvement in performance of both was impressive: computer startup time was reduced 40%, virus scan by 49%, and file search by 28%. Very satisfactory indeed!

Click link for a brief video: Intel SSD Video

Click link for a laptop drop test video: Intel SSD Drop Test Video

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