Stop Being an Average PC User

Stop Being an Average PC User

Tips for making sure your computer hardware and software is giving you the best experience possible.–PC Pitstop.

By Dave for PCTechBytes.com

How To Get The Most Out Of Your Computing Experience

If you want the fastest, most reliable computing experience, you need to know where to focus your time and money. What makes a computer run good? What makes it run fast, not crash and what will give you the best overall computing experience when you sit down in front of your machine to work or play games?

How To Get The Most Out Of Your Computing Experience

Below are some of the tips we have for making sure the computer hardware and software you’re running is giving you the best experience you can possibly have. There should always be a strong emphasis on the hardware you have installed. Use these tips to give yourself a good computing foundation.

Use The Best Hardware You Can Afford

Starting with the best hardware is key to having a reliable machine. When buying a computer from a major brand name manufacturer such as Dell, choose a computer from their business class line. You’ll spend more on the desktop or laptop you select, but the specs of the machine will be higher. If you’re building your own machine, do not skimp on hardware. Get a brand name power supply such as Antec, Corsair or Thermaltake. The same goes for the motherboard and RAM. Buy hardware that has a reliable


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4 thoughts on “Stop Being an Average PC User

  1. The email link I followed was titled "Stop being an Avg PC user", which caught my attention as I use AVG anti-virus. I am relieved to see that the "Avg" meant Average, not that there was a problem with using AVG.

  2. THe email link I followed was titled "Stop being an Avg PC user", which caught my attention as I use AVG anti-virus. I am relieved to see that the "Avg" meant Average, not that there was a problem with using AVG.

  3. save your data to a cloud and not your hard drive because it's SAFER?! oh that's a laugh and pure propaganda. sure, go ahead and give someone else control of your information for them to shut off or charge access if they ever feel like it. no thank you. i'll stick to my external drive and just unplug it when i'm not using the computer.

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