By Gareth Ogden posted Sep 20th 2009
This guide is intended to help you choose the best PC components to buy when building a new Windows 7 personal computer. It will demonstrate some of the key performance benefits of including a high-density memory kit (8GB or larger) and solid-state drive in your Windows 7 PC. Of course, these recommendations are equally appropriate if you are upgrading an existing PC to Windows 7.
These benefits of SSD and 8GB of main memory include faster application performance, the ability to use more applications and higher-quality photos and videos without slowdown, and generally snappier and more responsive performance in general use, particularly compared to Windows Vista.