Help upgrading

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  • BlisterB
    Hello everyone. I'm an older fellow, but not thoroughly computer ignorant. An embryo none the less. I built the computer I'm using. I had a friend help me pick the parts and then I put it together at home on my own, being mechanically inclined, it really wasn't hard. I'm now looking to upgrade that pc. I'm hoping to go to a digital hard drive, I don't know if that is possible, or even desirable. I got the idea from reading about Windows 10. I still have 7, and want to save $$ as I am on a fixed income. I'm also looking to upgrade the processor to a digital if that needs to be done. A bit more ram also. I don't remember the site I used to build this one but I don't think they are in existence any longer. I'm glad to have found what seems to be a good place to do this business with. I live in the middle of a big woods, very quiet, and very dark at night. Big contrast to Cleveland and Detroit, where I spent the first 50 years of my life. One of my favorite things to do is fix things. I have fixed nearly everything I have attempted to fix. I keep all my appliances working long after they probably should have given up the ghost. I also slick up my revolvers, and other firearms. Of course my cars, trucks, boats, and motorcycles. I do like flight simulators, but have almost no experience with them. I hope this helps. BlisterB   
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