Businesses Are Finally Replacing Aging PCs
Last week's announcement from Intel of record sales in the second quarter of 2010 indicates that business are upgrading their computers after sitting on the decision during the recession.
Meanwhile, Microsoft reported that the average age of today's PC is 4.4 years old.
Experts say most PCs have a life expectancy of about 5 years. After that, they can cost more to maintain than the cost of buying a new one. Plus, older computers are unlikely to support newer operating systems.
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