Is your computer system running slow if so increasing your random-access memory (RAM) could help your system perform quicker. Older systems that have low amounts of RAM, 2 GB, could see significant increase in performance by simply upgrading to 4 GB. Upgrading the RAM is low in cost and for the average computer user a simple fix, instead of purchasing a new system.
See your system manufacturers website to see the type of RAM your system accepts. For example, PC2100 DDR 133 MHz RAM means PC2100 is the type, DDR is the category, and 133 MHz is the speed in megahertz.
If you feel reluctant to open the system bring it to a repair shop, it’s a quick fix and most shops will replace your RAM while you wait.
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