|Remember when you thought no one would ever need more than 10mb?|
It sucks getting this old, dude!
Cookie has come to the realization that it is most likely the time that money should be invested into another computer, and is here to state that he dreads this process.
The current computer was built way back in 2010 and, if it was a person, be wrapping up second grade. But when I designed it - yes, Cookie does hardware - that I overbuilt the computer because I wanted to end the cycle of a new piece of junk every couple years.
So I have been shopping and I am shocked - SHOCKED I SAY - not at the new processor speeds - which are amazing, but to discover that desktops are now more expensive than comparable laptops!
For what I do, a laptop is a nice thing to have when I travel, it is not practical in the home office.
My head was literally SPINNING in MicroCenter. Cookie only buys from a MicroCenter. You can't beat the deals they have. Well, you could, but if something goes wrong, you have to ship it someplace for warranty work. Microcenter does it all.
Buying the beast isn't the bad part. The bad part is moving everything over and replacing the programs you lose.