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buy and set up your new computer.
Service and Repair
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new computer. We'll explore upgrade options with you and explain your
alternatives in plain English.
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Computer Guide Part 2
RAM stands for Random Access Memory. The more RAM that you have, the
more you can do on your computer at one time.
When you open programs on your computer, the program needs space to open
up, so it opens up in memory chips that you have installed in your
computer. When you make a file on your computer, like a letter or memo,
it is stored temporarily in these memory chips (RAM). The more memory
that you have installed, the more programs, games, letters, etc. that
you can have open at one time.
• Always buy as much RAM as you can afford.
• RAM is measured in megabytes (MB) and gigabytes (GB). The more RAM that you have (i.e.
8 GB), the more you can do on your computer without slowing down.
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Backing Up Your Computer
Friendlybear.com is owned and operated by Ben Schwartz. Mr. Schwartz
is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, and has taught computer
courses at Canton College and BOCES. He has been an educator for
twenty-seven years. Mr. Schwartz's calm, easy-going manner makes
working with your computer fun.
Mr. Schwartz has been hired by local school districts and businesses
to do computer installations and repairs. He has also been serving
computer owners and computer owners-to-be in the St. Lawrence Valley
for over 12 years.