The Difference Between HDD And SSD

The Difference Between HDD And SSD

Today, I’d like to talk to you about the differences between HDD or hard disk drive and a solid state disk known as SSD in industry.

Now, for about 20 years, we all know the Hard Disk Drive, this is it, the Hard Disk Drive. It’s a rotational magnetic optical media. The data is stored magnetically ones and zeros, the disk spins, then its converted to the other side, impulses and sends to the computer. Really boring stuff I know, but that’s where windows sits, thats where your program sits, thats where your data sits. Read more

Using Your New Windows 8 Computer

Today, I’d like to talk to you about one of my favorite topics, Windows 8.
In my opinion, Windows 8 is very, very immature and very difficult for the average PC user whose got used to the start button being around since Windows 95 launched. It doesn’t matter what operating system of windows you have, 95, 98 millennium edition which was a real dog. XP which is fantastic. Vista which Microsoft is too ashamed to admit. Windows 7 which is awesome been here now for 2 years and now it’s been Windows 8.

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The Difference Between A Slow Computer And Slow Internet

Today, I’d like to try and draw a line the difference between a slow PC and slow internet. We get a lot of calls from Customers saying “My PC’s slow”, “My internet is slow” and they’re not sure which one is which. Today I’m going to make sure that the lines are clear.

If your PC takes 5 minutes to boot or if you start word it takes 2 or 3 minutes to boot, your PC is slow. If you go and start internet explorer and it starts quickly, but the web page fills in very slowly, that’s slow internet. It’s very important to understand the difference. A lot of people get confused when it comes to the internet about the big term, downloads. You may think “Oh, I got a big download limit, it should be fast”, that’s not necessarily so.

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Why You Must Back Up Your Computer

Today I would like to talk to you about backups. This is pretty serious stuff. People come to us regularly for distraught reasons They’ve lost their family photos, there childhood photos, song lists, movie lists, whatever it may be.

The rule of thumb with backups is you must always have your most valuable data in two separate places. Keep one on the computer and one on a backup drive or another computer. Read more

Why Computers Slow Down

Today, I’d like to talk about PCs and why they slow down. Basically, it comes down to a number of factors. Not running windows updates, not clearing out temporary files, not cleaning up programs that are not used, and the big and almighty one will be unwanted junkware. Sometimes, its even malware.

A good example is anyone who is prompted to update a java will inevitably see “would you like to also install the ask toolbar” and “would you like to change your homepage” and “would you like to change your search engine” Read more

Why You Need To Regularly Service Your Computer

Today, I’d like to talk to you about servicing a computer. A lot of people seem to feel that the computer’s working, no matter how long they might have it, it’s working, why would they spend any money on it. Read more

Your Computer – Tool or a Toy

C50 Celeron


  • Intel Celeron C1000M
  • 15.6″ LED Widescreen
  • 4GB Ram
  • 500GB HDD
  • Intel HD Graphics
  • 1 Year warrenty
  • Windows 8.1


Your computer working slower 5 major reasons to know

Computers have simplified our lives. So, if anything goes wrong with the computer we are very much disturbed. One of the major problems with computers is its slow performance. System slowdown is very sore experience for all computer users. You may start experiencing problems like frequent screen freezes, alarming blue screen of death, etc. A computers slow performance is not caused by one single factor but due to a combination of two or more factors- too many programs running in the background, damaged registry, using older versions of operating system, low amounts of RAM and so on. Read more

Is it Bad to Shutdown My Computer Regularly or Leave It On All the Time?

So is it bad to shutdown my computer

We’re not sure how it all started, but the idea that it’s harmful to shut your computer down every night is a myth. Unless you shut it down incorrectly (e.g. ripping out the power cable and laughing maniacally), there’s really nothing to worry about. In fact, shutting down your computer every night offers a few advantages. First and foremost, it won’t draw as much power when off. Additionally, you don’t have to remember to turn off the sound each night so it doesn’t wake you up with an unexpected alert. That said, keeping your computer powered on overnight has advantages as well. An always-running computer can act as a server and handle tasks while you’re sleeping. Whether you shut down regularly or keep your computer running indefinitely really depends on your needs. Let’s take a deeper look at the pros and cons of both options and how you can deal with the downsides.

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