We last bought a computer when I was pregnant with H (seven years ago). At the time we knew our income was going to drop and we decided to invest in a new computer while we still had two wages coming in. That investment paid dividends and until this week we were still using the same computer. It had had a lot of use as during that time as I started blogging and my writing work has become my career. The last few months though things stopped working like drivers for the optical mouse and it was difficult to find compatible ways of dealing with the problems. We limbed on for a bit by deleting excess files to reduce the strain on the memory, but decided in the end that enough was enough. After all seven years is pretty good going for a PC, especially one that was getting a lot of use, so it wasn’t like it owed us anything.
We’re just in the process of getting our shiny new PC set up with all the things we use regularly, so that it works the way we want it to. A key thing to remember though is that you need to consider the quality of any cabling you are using. It’s something that often gets neglected. We’ve always found it handy to have some spare cables too, so that a cable failure doesn’t turn into a complete pain in the neck. Rapid Online have a great range of computer cabling and other connectors, so you should be able to find whatever you are looking for. These computer cables are useful when you need to connect external devices to your personal computer. Rapid Online’s cables come from leading manufacturers including RVFM, Commtel, TruConnect, Cable Power, Alpha Micro, Voltcraft, plus you can also opt for those produced by their own in-house design team.
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