Just a quick heads up, Windows 10 won’t be free for much longer. On July 29, Microsoft plans to shut down the free upgrade option for its latest operating system — and will force users to pay. Some people don’t want Windows 10, and will be happy to see the end of those nagging upgrade prompts. But if you want the new OS, but keep putting it off, now is the time to act. If you wait until August, it will cost you a pretty penny.
We live in an age of instant gratification, from having a chat face to face on Skype/Facetime to same day delivery on amazon. It’s pretty simple, we like things to be fast. So why should your computer be any different?
They both have a life expectancy of about 3-5 years, so when Gerry the gerbil hops it there’s no doubt that someone will be upset. The same doesn’t have to be for hard drive failure. The thing is, hard drives have physical moving parts and there’s a lot that can go wrong.