How to Avoid Buying a New Computer
Computer technology is changing so fast that what seemed to run like greased lightning when you first bought it now just plods along, compared to the latest version, leaving you thrumming your fingers on the mouse pad. There is a solution short of rushing out to buy the latest computer. You can upgrade the system you already have, and thanks to Myles White's detailed instructions, now you can do it yourself.
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