One of the simplest hardware upgrades you can do to make your personal computer feel snappier is to update your memory. Over the full years, os’s like Windows, software like Photoshop, and even browsers like Stainless- now, have built reputations for being unabashed memory space hogs. Older PCs, meanwhile, have between 2GB and 4GB of memory space often. Loading too many tabs in Chrome or keeping too many programs open on your desktop might use up all the memory in your system provides, slowing one’s body to a crawl.
If your PC’s feeling pokey when you have a lot going on, consider updating your RAM. Only 4GB could work if you’re sticking to light tasks and not using Chrome, but 8GB is the minimum we would recommend for a modern desktop PC really. To future-proof one’s body, 16GB is the best option-the downside being increased expense, of course. There are different types of RAM.
Most PCs use DDR3 storage, but older system may necessitate DDR2 or DDR even. A small segment of high-end PCs now use DDR4 memory, and in another couple of years the industry will probably standardize onto it. But also for now, DDR3 is king. It’s also important to consider the speed of the RAM you’re buying as well as the capacity of the memory kit.
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