Isn’t it frustrating when your computer gets slower and slower. You might think about replacing it with a new one, but there’s so much information to try and understand. Processor? RAM? Storage? Screen size? And you’ve got to transfer all your settings, preferences, documents, photos and goodness knows what. We can help.


There is usually the option to upgrade something in your laptop or desktop. A relatively simple RAM upgrade can make a huge difference. Microsoft Windows® works best with at least 8GB, and if budget allows, 16GB is ideal for most people.


Both laptops and desktops have either HDDs (Hard Disk Drives) or SSDs (Solid State Disks) for storing all of your programs and data. HDDs work by recording onto magnetic platters that spin at high speed (usually at least 5400rpm). They are a lot slower than SSDs which store data in high density microchips. It is usually quite straightforward to upgrade from an HDD to an SSD, and prices have fallen hugely in the last few years.

Or you might be running low on storage space. Many devices often come with only 256GB of storage, and it’s usually not hugely expensive to upgrade that to 1TB (1 terabyte, or 1000GB). 2TB or even 4TB might be an option, but it depends on your budget.

Feel free to get in touch and we’ll come up with some options.