I’m always thrilled to get “help me out with a tech problem” letters in my inbox, and I’ve had quite a few lately related to PC upkeep—likely prompted by this Tech 911 question I answered last month. I’m back with another one today, and it’s a twist on the ol’ “How do I make something old feel fresh” dilemma any would-be upgrader faces. Lifehacker reader Michele writes: “Just read your article regarding keeping your old desktop running smoothly. I have a 5 year old Lenovo AIO and wondered how to keep it running smoothly? There is nothing to take off and blow out, etc. I would like to upgrade from the Windows 8 I have as a pre-install to Windows 10 but am not sure how this is done either. Can you help a 69 year old with limited technical skills?” Advertisement I was all set to tell you that you can, in fact, disassemble some all-in-one systems and upgrade them. It’s not the worst process in the world, depending on how kind your manufacturer has been to you, but it’s not impossible. However, since you self-admitted that you have limited technical skills, I suspect busting out the screwdrivers is… Read full this story
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