Computers and systems upgradesA system upgrade involves either adding new components to an existing piece of IT equipment or installing more recent software. System upgrades can be an effective way to extend the life of some computer equipment.It's important to understand what can be achieved with an upgrade. Hardware upgrades can't easily make a slow computer fast or turn a black-and-white printer into a colour one. Upgrading to the latest software can be counter-productive if your computer isn’t up to the job of running it.System upgrades are about making meaningful improvements. You can breathe new life into computers by adding more memory, speed up the time it takes to run programs by swapping the hard drive for a solid state drive, or make laptops more useful by adding a high-capacity battery.If you’re on a budget, purchasing extra memory for your laptop may boost your business productivity until you are ready to invest in a new system. This is usually the single most effective upgrade for business computers.The most commonly upgraded items are computers and servers. These are usually made with standard components and are easy to open up, making system upgrades relatively simple and cheap. Servers are often good candidates for system upgrades. These expensive pieces of equipment have a longer-than-average lifespan, which you can extend by adding more memory and storage. It's quite easy to add extra memory or disk space to desktop computers too. This can make ageing machines more suitable for basic use.As a rule, the more expensive a computer was to buy initially, the more worthwhile a system upgrade is likely to be.
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