My computer is a little old... Bottom line: make sure you Boost My PC and please help keep my PC safer and up to date. All you have to do is turn it on, and you'll get the oldest security and other important updates needed would not continue installation. If only my PC can talk, it would say to me, “sorry, your computer is a hundred (100) years old!”
Upgrading my PC's memory, processor and hard drive must be carried out immediately because I cannot even use my new scanner! They say the average computer lifespan is two years and that many of the gaming capable computers available out there cost several thousands more. I want to say: “Why should I care when my PC is more than two years old and that it even is not capable on playing games!” =)
I am running an old PC with XP, purely as my personal machine. When I went to a forum to post on a discussion for possible buyers of my used desktop PC, I got replies that it had “no hope” and that if I even gift it to someone, that person would say “no thanks.” Plus computer repair centers would say to me if I drop by for troubleshooting, "sorry, no more support.”
This is what I want to tell those haters: “Why don’t you run a scan? If you scan my old computer, you would see millions of malware, including viruses, spyware. I repeat: millions! Does your PC have millions? I don’t think so – well mine has millions, so you lose!” =)
My main purpose of having my PC replaced is to connect it to a 32 inch TV and use an xbox. The purpose of this PC will be mainly for gaming, then I plan on using it for Office 365 desktop setup, making sure it meets the security software requirements for providing the best protection possible on the operating system. I now want to see my PC listed as current devices under ASUS WebStorage or iCloud, because now my vintage PC only uses iCannot (take it anymore).
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