It is estimated that life of a computer has shrunk to two years recently. With new software’s and technologies pouring in all the time, the computer with a tad older configurations seems to get slower and takes time to open applications. Luckily, there are hardware upgrades which aren’t expensive and would not bring you down through your pocket. Some upgrades are more expensive than others, and if you did all of them, you might as well buy a new machine in most cases. But replacing one or two components, especially the oldest part or the one you've determined is causing a bottleneck, can provide impressive performance improvements while remaining cost effective.
Following are 5 effective hardware upgrades: