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    It may be possible to upgrade your laptop. This may involve several components, including the CPU, RAM, storage options and possibly even a Wi-Fi or Bluetooth card. Here's how you can tell if yours can be upgraded.
    We've all had it happen. You've had your laptop for a few years and it's starting to feel sluggish when you're running modern, demanding tasks. Maybe your RAM's just not up to snuff, or your old spinning-disk hard drive is starting to falter. It's time to upgrade! But instead of pitching the entire laptop, you might be able to swap out some bits inside to breath in some new life.

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    01-25-2017 11:11 AM

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