Old Processor? Upgrade! September 06 2016

Unfortunately, Mac processors can't be upgraded, so if your processor has become too old to keep up with your needs, you'll need to upgrade. A lot of computers before 2006 had 32-bit processors. All modern-day processors are 64-bit, which allows for a lot more software compatibility and overall functionality. But, if you have an old G5 or Core Duo processor, fret not, because you can still upgrade to a 64-bit processor without hurting your wallet too much. Macs newer than 2006 have the 64-bit processors and you can upgrade to a Mac that's a few years old and pray 1/2 to 1/3 the price of a new one. Of course, investing in a brand new Mac does have its perks in that it'll last you many years.

We know this is a lot of information, so please call us with your questions and we'll cater any upgrades to your needs. We're the best at it!