Articles tagged: new computer
Repair or replace can be a difficult decision. I’ll review a few factors to consider when deciding.
The concept seems simple: take a system image of one machine, restore it to another, and avoid lengthy setup time. Unfortunately, it’s not that simple.
The steps you should take right after unboxing your new computer to save time, frustration, effort, and data loss later.
My new machine was ready! I’ll show you where it came from, and the laundry list of things I did first.
My wife’s computer was struggling and it was time to replace it. After evaluating her usage, her willingness to make a change or two, and my own experience, I made a decision that might surprise some.
Programs and settings aren’t easily migrated to a new machine. For the most stable upgrade you’ll want to work from scratch.
You can put whatever you want on your new computer; it’s just a matter of transferring the data and organizing it!
More than likely, you will want to keep the new operating system on your new machine. All that you need from your image backup is the data that has luckily been preserved.
Setting a budget for a new computer is a fine idea, but it’s best to dive in a little deeper and determine your processing and memory needs before you go shopping.
Transferring information from an old computer to a new one is a problem we all face every so often. I’ll touch on a couple of approaches, and then describe what I do, and recommend.