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Can I upgrade my computers memory (RAM)

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One of the most important areas of your computer is the memory (RAM) and if your PC doesn't have enough (which most older PC's don't) then it can run very slowly
Upgrading your memory is a cost effective way of prolonging its life without replacing it


I would recommend the following amounts of memory for your PC:-
Windows XP
1Gb minimum - 2Gb optimum
(N.B. The maximum memory supported by Windows XP is 3Gb)
Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
2Gb minimum - 4Gb+ optimum (the more the better!)
(N.B. You need a 64-bit version of Windows Vista / 7 / 8 / 10 to fully utilize more than 3Gb)



Crucial are the leading suppliers of memory (RAM) upgrades for your PC - with a lifetime warranty and super fast delivery
Click the link above to visit the Crucial memory website and follow the instructions below:-

1)  Once the Crucial website appears click scan your system


2)  Tick the box to agree to the terms & conditions


3)  Click download the scanner, and when prompted click Run, and then click Yes if the User Account Control prompt appears


4)  Your computer will now be scanned and once complete a page will appear showing details of what memory you currently have installed and any upgrade options you have