Upgrade your computer with a Dell and Windows 7
Computers are essential in today’s world. Be it for work or leisure we have become quite dependent on computers. While computers are important to everyday life they need upgrading once in a while to keep up with software. A mainstream desktop would have a running life of about 3 years at most before it requires an upgrade.
The key to extending that shelf life would be to get a desktop with a good configuration. Among the desktop computers that you can upgrade to the ones from Dell make a lot of sense. The Dell desktop computers are quite reasonably priced and are highly customizable. If you are looking for a desktop for an office or home office then the Dell Optiplex series would be a great option. The Mini Optiplex Dell tower 469 is one of the most efficient and value for money desktops you will find. This desktop is designed quite well and it doesn’t take up much space.
This desktop comes with a dual core third generation Intel i3 processor running at 3.30 GHz. This processor might not be the top end of Intel’s latest line of processors but it does its job and will handle most applications you throw at it. This desktop also features about 4 GB of RAM which can be upgraded to 16 GB in case you need it. This desktop Dell tower comes with about 500 GB of hard drive space which can be upgraded to about 1.5 TB should you need the storage space. The expansion ports of this desktop are quite impressive. This desktop comes with about 10 USB ports, 1 HDMI port, and 1 VGA port. Thanks to its expansion capabilities you can connect all your external devices without having to unplug any of them.
Lastly this desktop comes with Windows 7 Professional. The Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit upgrade option is present in case you need to access the features present in the Ultimate edition.