The Roles of Company Computers: 

Digital transformation needs desktop, laptops or combination of the two to communicate, manage data, and pass on confidential information.

PCs are considered as the backbone of every company and even a fracture in it can financially cost the company a lot.  


However years of service can make your physical assets dilapidated; these are the signs & symptoms to watch out for: 


Compatibility and Security Issues 

When there is a conflict between software and hardware the security is put at risk.  

When it comes to upgrading the motherboard or the CPU the compatibility issues halt the entire operation.  

When the hardware compatibility issues arise, it creates security threats for the entire hardware.  


Computer fan becoming noisy

If your computer’s fan is running loudly it is a signal that it is aging.  

The latest software and applications or operating system use a lot of memory and background processes and thus max out the hardware.  

This maxing out of the hardware causes your computer fan to run warmer.


Applications Take a Long Time to Open and Close 

If you are running the latest version of some application and experience that your computer has started taking more time than general to load.

It’s a signal that its hardware is not able to keep up.  

It starts to decrease the overall productivity. 


When Repairs are Expensive 

Repairs in many cases like hard drive crashing, broken screen, infected files, malware intrusion, grows much expensive over time. 

Which makes replacing the PCs a better option than going with the expensive repairs.   

Though repair is cost-effective but in the ever-changing technology, it sometimes becomes very hard to find the hardware and support for the PCs bought 3 years back.


Multitasking Issues

When the computer starts to lag or hang when two applications are run simultaneously.

It’s time to replace the PCs or upgrade it with the latest version. 

If the desktop or laptop starts to take longer to shut down or boot up then it’s an indication that the PC is on its last legs. 


Hear me out…

If any of the above signs has occurred to you, here’s what you should do:

  1. Buy a New PC
  2. Lease a New PC

Whether to buy or to lease, please check out our next post talking about the pros and cons of each actions.


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