Data Memory Systems Helps Banish Computer Memory Misconceptions after Revealing Survey

Data Memory Systems is helping to set the record straight on computer memory, after an intriguing new survey revealed that almost 75% of Americans have no idea what computer memory actually is.

The study by GMI Research also discovered that around half of Americans think computer memory is ‘where their computer files live’, with only 4% attempting to upgrade their memory when computer performance begins to decrease. Almost a quarter of respondents to the survey also believed that a memory upgrade takes more than an hour to complete – when in reality, it can be achieved in five minutes or less.

Data Memory Systems is one of the leading US suppliers of computer memory, providing a multitude of different RAM memory options for PC and Mac systems alike. The team at DMS would now like to help dispel these computer memory myths and misconceptions, as well as educating the nation about the relatively straightforward nature of computer memory upgrades.

A spokesman for Data Memory Systems says, “The findings from the survey show that Americans have no idea of the benefits of upgrading their computer memory – but we’d like to help change all that. We want to reach out to those who have never upgraded a computer’s memory before, helping them through the process and convincing them that it’s not the rocket science they were picturing.”

The spokesman adds, “We know there’s a long way to go when it comes to dispelling myths and setting these misconceptions straight, but we’ll continue to help customers find their ideal computer memory solution and assist them in unleashing their computer’s true potential.”

The type of memory which affects a computer’s speed and performance is called RAM memory. Offering short-term data access, this is the type of memory that allows you to perform multiple tasks on your computer at once, whether you’re sending emails, shopping online or typing up a document.

When you overload your computer with new programs and software, the RAM memory has much more to do – and eventually the performance levels will start to decrease. This means it’s time for an upgrade – a simple process that adds 1GB or 2GB of RAM memory to the system in order to increase its capacity to multitask.

Data Memory Systems has a multitude of RAM memory options for consumers to browse, and a helpful ‘Find Your Memory’ tool which helps newbies pinpoint the exact memory module they need for their specific device. All memory products come with a lifetime guarantee, as well free shipping directly to our door. Upgrading memory has never been simpler!

For more information about Data Memory Systems, visit the website at: www.datamemorysystems.com

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Contact

Dakota Digital for Data Memory Systems

Contact: Rebecca Appleton

Email: rebecca@dakotadigital.co.uk

Tel UK: 01623 428996

Tel US: 917-720-3025 

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DMS has been supplying the electronics industry with high quality components since 1963 and memory modules since 1987. We are one of the first original memory companies to support Apple computer and have been doing so for over 20 years. We also support a vast array of computer memory for PC's and servers.

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