A simple upgrade to many Windows PC’s and Laptops can increase speed by 400% and make it run like new.



If your Windows Computer, Windows Laptop or Windows Notebook, has a conventional (Hard Disk Drive) and is over 4 years old, it has over a 50% chance of either failing or  slowing down due to age and an accumulation of old programs, utilities and old operating systems.

Upgrades now available up to 4TB (4,000 GB) in size

Windows PC’s and older, thicker Windows Laptops will typically be running conventional HDD’s which have mechanical moving parts that wear out and fail over time. As they wear out they tend to slow-down and eventually “fail” or “crash”. Replacing them is relatively inexpensive but you will not see a significant speed increase.

True speed and performance is only gained by replacing the old HDD with a (Solid-State-Drive) which is what many notebooks or ultra-books now come with as standard.

’s have no moving parts and are in essence a very large USB thumb or flash drive and they work 4 times faster than conventional drives.

To find out if or how much your Computer can be upgraded, you firstly need your computers details

Once you have your serial number send an email to helpdesk@itguyswa.com.auand we can then give you a written quote of options that will suit your

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