Experienced in complete system builds where knowledge of kinds and types of motherboards, processors, and RAM have to be compatible. This includes intermediate knowledge of video card technologies and the troubleshooting and repair of problems associated with said hardware.
11 years experience as a self-employed PC technician with 100% customer satisfaction.
4 classes from a Networking degree. Mostly self-taught.
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Yes. If your computer is running slow you may want to look into system tweaks. Go to www.blackviper.com. and check out his Win10 system tweaks. It certainly would not hurt to increase the RAM to the maximum
For the use you described, most everything you can buy will do. No special amount of RAM or processor speed is needed. For your price you will probably get 4gigs RAM and a quad core processor. I don't
Joyce, The best advice I have for $300 is to go to www.tigerdirect.com and shop for laptops. They have some HPs for less than $300. Just a little tid bit of my experiences in buying laptops: Dell and
For programs, I will be totally honest with you. It has been approximately 5 to 6 years since I have used any dvd copy programs and that was just dvd to dvd. Check out tech-forums.net. As for the new pc
I have never fixed cpu heat problems with power adjustment. In a desktop i would just add more fans. In a laptop there are usually only one or two fans. Make sure all are running. To make sure it is a
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