Although my computer has served me well, she’s starting to have problems. She seems to be running slower and slower every day, she freezes, and is acting really buggy these days. I would love to buy a brand spanking new computer but right now finances are kind of tight so I’m going to have to find a way to make it work just a little while longer. My computer could really use a FreshStart. With a little TLC, I think I could eke out at a few more years as I save for the computer of my dreams.
There are two options to FreshStarting your PC, both are quick and easy. One option is to order a FreshStart service. With this option you will order a kit and a technician will come to your house and install it. I consider myself computer savvy so I opted for the DIY kit. The DIY kit consists of a brand new high capacity Western Digital hard drive, a cable for transferring files, screwdriver, instruction guide, and a 90-day license for Norton Security. To find out if your PC is eligible for a FreshStart follow the link.
Having built a few computers in my day, swapping out a hard drive is really easy. If you never have don’t worry. Just watch a YouTube video and you will be good to go. It is really easy, I promise. Transferring my old files onto my new computer took a while but only because I had so many files. Depending on what you are working with you could be done with the entire process in as little as an hour. I am a bit of an information hoarder so it took me a little more time than it would the average person.
As soon as I booted up my computer it ran like new. I could immediately tell a difference. All of the problems I was experiencing instantly disappeared. I was back to multitasking and only spent a fraction of what it would have cost to buy a new PC. At $159 for a laptop and $169 for a desktop the savings is unmatched. I think you would be very hard pressed to find new computers for that kind of moola.
If you are looking for a simple, low cost, convenient, and secure solution to buying a new computer look no further. FreshStart is only a click away.