Home Office Setup For Success

Computer Hardware

When technology products first come out – let’s say a major revision of a product, or a brand new computer chip, or a new technology of some kind – it’s called the “bleeding edge” for a reason.

The help desk is getting too many calls and the wait time is too long or it takes too long to get an issue resolved. Maybe there is not a dedicated help desk and things are not getting done that require attention because too much time is spent on support. Show how many calls were taken this year compared to last year. Does the increase justify adding to the help desk? Possibly the support calls keep someone from getting their other work done. Maybe you supported only computers, printers and networks. This year they added support for cell phones, VOIP phones, and other devices on the server and or network. Show them the numbers.

Processor: Intel Core i5-2500K CPU @ 3.30 GHz Motherboard: Gigabyte P67A-UD3 Graphics: Galaxy NVIDIA GeForce GTX 465 1GB RAM RAM: 2x2GB Kingston Hyper X DDR 3 Power Supply: Gigabyte Plus 500 Watts Case: Don’t waste your money on tower cases. Any well ventilated case would do.

Larger monitors are advantageous when it comes to gaming. Using a larger aspect ratio can enable you to see more per frame, such as approaching enemies. It also depends on the video card you use, some gamers use flat screen TVs as monitors to get an even larger display.

Get more memory. The memory in your computer can also be upgraded for under 0 from many online computer hardware merchants. The memory is usually in amounts like 256mb (mega bytes) , 128 mb, and can go as high as 4,000mb. You probably would want to double your systems memory to see an improvement.

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.

There’s a difference between the HP / Microsoft Slate and the Apple iPad, though. Apple’s iPad is basically a big iPhone that can’t make phone calls, while the Slate is a small Windows PC that doesn’t have its own keyboard. That’s a lot bigger of a difference than you’d think.