A faster, larger hard drive. Keep your old hard drive and all the information on it. You can purchase a brand new hard drive that is faster and can hold more information. That way your same computer would have 2 hard drives. You’ll want to reinstall your operating system on the new hard drive, that way you can utilize its fast searching capabilities with your operating system.

Now go to the applications folder, where you will see all of the hard drive contents. You will be able to see all of the software that you have installed on your computer and this is when you will need to look for the software that you want to remove. You can do this in one of two ways. The first way to uninstall the program is by pressing Ctrl while clicking on the item, which will cause a menu to appear. Within this menu, you will find an option to move the software to the trash. The second option is to physically drag the icon to the trash can, which is on your desktop.

Get your video out to Twitter or Facebook. Social media sites such as these offer great potential for traffic. Ensure that your picture is clear and also get close to the microphone for the audio. There is nothing worse than poor picture and sound quality.

First, Do not buy any computer hardware at name brand retail stores like Bestbuy. Compared to stores online, you will see that the prices are inflated and any enticing rebates only bring them back to the regular price. The selection in these stores are also terribly limited. Looking for cheap video cards there is just a bad idea.

Careful! You can often spot stale tail products because they are heavily discounted. Retailers know the products are on the way out, and they are anxious to reduce inventory to make room for the bleeding edge products.

That is why there are fans built into each tower. These fans, though, can bring dust and other tiny particles into the tower and cause all the components to clog and eventually overheat. An easy solution for this is to take the casing off your tower and buy a can of compressed air. Don’t blow into the hardware yourself, as you may spit a little or get dust in your face and sneeze all over your hardware. This could cause further problems with your computer. Use the compressed air from a distance so you don’t do any damage, and please, do this outdoors. Keeping them clean is one quick way to solve the “Why do computers crash?” problem.

We’re going to take a look here at my personal secrets to buying technology at exactly the right time, at exactly the right price. Read on to discover how to maximize the bang for your “technobucks”!