New computer?

Well, everything has a life span. I myself have an old geezer in the office who boldly works on Windows XP, but probably won\’t dare use it on the Internet anymore,


for security reasons. For security reasons.

It would suck if the machine stopped doing what it was supposed to do. But there is no need to throw it away and buy a new one. Of course, that depends on how old your computer is; if it\’s about 10 years old, you should consider replacing it. But if it\’s not that old, you should send it in for repair. Of course, do the basics first.


That is, try changing the power cord, for example, the power cord. Sometimes there is a malfunction. If there is nothing wrong with the cord, there is no point in trying any more. But no man wants to see what\’s inside, right? So, we use screwdrivers, hammers, crowbars, and duct tape to make it stick like a son-of-a-bitch. Believe it or not, there is nothing in the computer that you can fix or replace yourself. Of course, if you can tell DDR memory from a hard drive and know how to do it, you can replace it yourself. Otherwise, a repair store is your only recourse.

And if you do go straight to the store, choose wisely. It\’s not your first machine, so the silly questionof why you want to use a computerwill disappear. You already know that you want to play a good movie or browse the web occasionally. You don\’t play demanding games, so you should be satisfied with average or below average performance. Today\’s computers can perform these activities with complete impunity and without difficulty.

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But if you party, sorry, if you play demanding games, nothing can be discounted. New games are demanding as hell in terms of performance and graphics, and you\’ll have to pay a lot extra to have an uninterrupted experience without tearing and cutting.

Buying a new PC isn\’t that hard; it\’s just a matter of getting the right one.