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Tips for Upgrading Your Laptop Computer Memory

Although laptop and notebook computers are less expandable than desktops, you can still upgrade their performance so they can run today's demanding software. A laptop computer memory upgrade is an inexpensive and easy option that will provide a huge speed increase.Can Your Laptop Upgrade?The first step is to verify that your computer can accept more laptop computer memory. While most laptops can, your computer may already be running at full capacity. You may have already asked for the maximum amount of memory when you originally purchased it. If that's the case, you'll have to find other ways to improve the performance of the computer.Check the manual to see how much laptop computer memory your machine can take. If you either didn't get a manual or don't still have it, look on the hard drive. Many laptops have a copy of the manual in My Documents or in a dedicated directory on the C: drive. You can also check the manufacturer's website either for a downloadable copy of the manual or for system specifications....

 


Choosing a Disaster Recovery Site and Service

It's safe to say that most modern businesses are highly dependent on the technology that facilitates their processes. In most cases, losing or accidentally erasing data can be extremely detrimental to a company's operations. In some cases, business will come to a complete standstill if data is lost. For this reason, data recovery strategies have become a necessity. Some businesses choose to create a disaster recovery site in-house. With this strategy, IT executives can choose to outsource disaster recovery or to train in-house staff to perform it. Case studies have shown that outsourced recovery service (whether with an in-house site or an off-site facility) is less likely to fail than outsourced disaster recovery service.Your Company's Needs There are several different factors to take into consideration when evaluating potential disaster recovery vendors. First, an introspective approach should be taken. Companies seeking disaster recovery services should review their business functions and their re...

 


How Do You Backup Computer Software?

In today's world, most people own at least one computer at which they spend a great deal of personal and working time. By doing so, they are generating a lot of important data and using often expensive programs to perform various tasks. So what happens when the computer hard drive, the part of the computer that stores all this data and the programs, decides to "crash" or quit working? That can be very devastating to the computer owner when it happens, as you may have guessed already. What precautions can a computer user take to avoid losing all of their important data and software in the off-chance that their system goes down? Computer professionals recommend that users regularly back up their data to an outside source. This can be to a portable digital device like a disk, a flash drive or a website designed specially for storing data securely. Likewise, software can be backed up as well and here are some suggestions on how to best go about doing this periodically. Keep a spare hard-driveSome computers, inclu...

 




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