Can purchasing a new
PC save you money?
question. . .
maintenance costs, reduce productivity and increased security
risks may mean the PCs you bought a few years ago are costing
you more than you think.
desktop PC's can actually save you money plus money. Here's how:
wait-time goes down, productivity goes up even for the home
user. New PC's based on Intel™ Pentium 4 processors can
significantly improved performance and responsiveness,
especially for today's multitasking person (i.e., on the
phone, checking e-mail, writing a letter, watching television,
listening to music, etc...).
- Protect your data. Hackers and virus
attacks cost businesses billions each year. There are not
clear statistics how much it cost home users but it wouldn't
surprise me if it's in the ballpark of that number considering
you don't have the same resources. Most new operating systems
2000 / XP) have new security features built
right into them and have updates available almost every day
(or at least once a week). Older operating systems are usually
at the end of their respective lifecycles and have minimum
resources available to them to protect you against these
your investment with top-of-the-line PC's (or the best PC you
can afford) with the understanding of what you are trying to
accomplish with this piece of equipment. New Pc's based
on the above mentioned processor can increase productivity -
meaning saving you time and compatibility with the latest and
greatest technology available.
None of these suggestions and/or product names where endorsed by
the manufacturer listed above. The opinion expressed here is an
independent suggestion to handling the above mentioned question.